In the Press: Mossack Fonseca had touted Malta's 'lax' passport scheme

Stories from today's national press. 

Times of Malta

E-mails from the Panama Papers show that law firm Mossack Fonseca had promoted Malta’s ‘golden passport’ programme to one of its clients as one of the easiest to satisfy with only “lax” residency requirements.


The Medical Association of Malta knows of around 50 cases of direct interference into doctors’ practices by Castille and various ministries since Labour’s election to government in 2013.


Mosta shop owners want traffic to be diverted to the centre of the town, arguing that their business has suffered as a result of the current traffic system that was introduced 20 years ago.

The Malta Independent

12 people will be arraigned in court on 13 June over last October’s Paqpaqli ghall-Istrina’s crash, in which 30 people were injured. 11 members of the organising committee as well as the driver of the Porsche will all face charges.

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