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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT PAGE 5 SUNDAY • 26 JUNE 2022 • ISSUE 1182 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday Alex Perici Calascione Former leadership candidate for Grech right-hand role PAGE 15 FOOTY REBRAND Buying influence through sports and festas PAGE 6 KURT SANSONE LAWYERS may have to divulge any seri- ous physical or mental health problems as part of a controversial test to obtain their warrant, MaltaToday has learnt. The 'fit and proper' test was drawn up by a committee under the purview of the Commission for the Administration of Justice, a constitutional body. However, sources said the test is at the heart of a stand-off between the com- mittee and Justice Minister Jonathan Attard, who is objecting to some of the invasive ques- tions. PAGE 2 Graduate lawyers told to declare 'mental health problems' Aspects of a fit-and-proper questionnaire for new lawyers are highly questionable, with sources querying why an individual's personal health circumstances have become a matter of relevance as to whether the individual should possess a warrant to practice law KARL AZZOPARDI JAPANESE car inspectors JE- VIC are currently working with Maltese regulators to "mini- mise fraudulent activity" relat- ed to the importation of sec- ond-hand cars. "Odometer fraud is serious and we will continue to work with the regulators to minimise fraudulent activity," the com- pany said, replying to questions sent by this newspaper. In an exclusive report, Malta- Today revealed how hundreds of consumers have been sold second-hand Japanese cars with tampered mileage gauges, in a racket involving at least two car dealerships – Rokku and Tal- Qasab. €1.95 Ministry at loggerheads with lawyers' committee on warranting process over invasive 'fit and proper' test Can football save the Muscats' damaged brand PAGES 12-13 Used car scam: JEVIC working with regulators to 'minimise fraud' Japanese inspectors call out serious odometer fraud St John of Konkos EDITORIAL The Prudente case: legislators can no longer pontificate MT2

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