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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 13 NOVEMBER 2022 • ISSUE 1992 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday MATTHEW VELLA A cache of Whatsapp chats be- tween the Tumas magnate Yor- gen Fenech and former Infra- structure Malta boss Fredrick Azzopardi have been given to the Commissioner of Police by independent politician Arnold Cassola, suggesting corrupt practices in the tender process for the Marsa Junction. The chats, as well as emails between Yorgen Fenech and the Turkish companies, were passed on to Cassola by anon- ymous whistleblowers. PAGE 2 Emails, chats could show Marsa tender winner crafted ruse to benefit Yildirim Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici and his sins of ommission PAGES 14-15 Years of lead HONDOQ'S HERO €1.95 Chats, emails between Yorgen Fenech and former IM boss Fredrick Azzopardi passed on to police by Arnold Cassola suggesting manipulation of Marsa Junction tender for Turkish companies Slimizi should have a say on coastlne development after Chalet project resurrected PAGE 12-13 Chalet-biebi? Rental law compensation €510,000 compensation for Marquis Scicluna heirs but no eviction of Hamrun band club PAGE 3 MATTHEW VELLA POLICE had expressed serious concerns as to how Malta's re- laxation of cannabis laws would regulate their sale. A senior police officer told MaltaToday yesterday that at- tempts to address the sale of cannabis products that were purportedly legal CBD flowers, had remained unresolved at the political level despite the mat- ter being flagged by experts to the home affairs ministry. CBD flowers, a direct prod- uct coming from the canna- bis plant, contains just 0.2% of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). But the flowers of cannabis plants can also contain higher, and therefore illegal, amounts of THC – the main psycho- active compound in cannabis that produces the high sensa- tion when canna- bis is consumed. Cannabis: police in the dark over CBD products PAGE 2 Why Paul Buttigieg never gave up on Qala MT2 INTERVIEW

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