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MATTHEW VELLA RUSSIA is seeking answers from the Maltese government over its desire to designate United Nations sanctions against suspected fuel smug- gler Darren Debono, and fellow conspirator Gordon Debono. A meeting held last week between foreign minister Carmelo Abela and his Rus- sian counterpart Sergei Lav- rov in Moscow was described – as expected – as "cordial". But the name of Darren Debono, former Malta inter- national footballer now facing charges in Italy for his role in a €30 million fuel-smuggling ring, cropped up during talks with Lavrov. maltatoday 2 today SUNDAY • 25 AUGUST 2019 • ISSUE 1034 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY PHOTO JAMES BIANCHI €1.95 today today Magistrate rapped for ethics breach in judgement ...SUPERMARKET AT DANIEL'S SHOPPING MALL (LEVEL -1) MONDAY TO SATURDAY 8 AM - 9 PM SUNDAY 8 AM - 6 PM (114, ST. JOSEPH HIGH STREET, HAMRUN) FREE PARKING AVAILABLE (ACCESS THROUGH PATRI MAGRI STREET) INSIDE MT2 YOUR FIRST READ AND CLICK OF THE DAY WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT GOING UNDERGROUND? With Brescia's metro sys- tem it seems Malta's popu- lation is no stumbling block for a metro 14-15 HERMANN SCHIAVONE Why Adrian Delia needs to reach out to the pale reds and look south PAGES 16-17 PAGE 4 Russia wants answers on Malta sanctions In Moscow, foreign ministers discuss fuel smuggling sanctions against Darren Debono YANNICK PACE MAGISTRATE Joe Mifsud was found to have breached the code of ethics for members of the judiciary when he expressed his opinion in a judge- ment he passed on a case of illegal trapping. In the decision taken by the Com- mission for the Administration of Justice, the judiciary's watchdog decreed that its admonition should not be published. But MaltaToday, which has seen details of the deci- sion, has decided such a reprimand is in the public's interest to know. "As in previous cases where mem- bers of the judiciary are brought before the CAJ, such decisions are taken behind closed doors. Yet this is not the spirit of justice which is itself embraced by those we trust to pass judgement on us: as a newspaper we believe in the public's right to know when members of the judiciary have been reprimanded," MaltaToday ed- itor Matthew Vella said. PAGE 3 MOUNTBATTEN'S RABAT BROTHEL PAGES 10-11 GREASY DOES IT The annual Gostra competition for the St Julian's parish feast ends its second round today afternoon Public's right to know: judges' watchdog does not want decision to be published CRISIS ITALY What's next for the Bel Paese? 12-13 maltatoday 2 The all new pull-out section INSIDE • LISTINGS • TV • LAW • CLASSIFIEDS Q and A Moira Delia This Week Top burlesque babe Undine La Verve Film Once upon a time in Hollywood HERMANN SCHIAVONE Why Adrian Delia needs to reach out to the pale reds and look south PAGES 16-17

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