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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 27 JULY 2022 • ISSUE 804 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 Opposition to once again push anti- corruption Bills when Parliament reopens Cancer patients to be flown to Rome after faults in radiotherapy equipment Malta exempt from mandatory European gas reductions School headmaster who championed inclusivity is fired by Dominicans JAMES DEBONO A popular head of school who has served as an ADPD politician for the last two decades, was fired from St Albert the Great College by the Dominican Order. Mario Mallia spent 16 years serving as the Valletta school's head of school after three years in the deputy role. Mallia was accused of "usurping the school property" for allowing the Elec- toral Commission to use the school as a polling station against payment, in a bid to alleviate the hardship of elderly voters having to walk to Fort St Elmo, as well as for "aggravated insubordination" after insisting to have college staff represented on a new board that liaises with the Do- minican province of Malta. The Order even cited misgivings over his curriculum programme aimed at fos- tering dialogue between children of dif- ferent faiths, and for creating a coopera- tive for former college students who have a disability, to run the school canteen. In its original warning last month, while Mallia was still recovering from COV- ID-19, the Dominican order expressed discomfort at his political involvement as an Alternattiva Demokratika official. Mario Mallia

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