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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 19 FEBRUARY 2023 • ISSUE 1216 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday 3.00% p.a. Fixed-term deposit account in Euro for 3 years. The Bank is a participant in the Depositor Compensation Scheme established under the Maltese Laws. Rate is quoted gross of tax on a per annum basis. Accounts can be opened with a minimum of €100. Interest is paid into a savings account. The Bank reserves the right to amend or withdraw the product from the market at any time and at its sole and absolute discretion. Terms and conditions apply. MeDirect Bank (Malta) plc, company registration number C34125, is licensed by the Malta Financial Services Authority under the Banking Act (Cap. 371). Fixed-term deposits just got beer. → direct 2557 4400 PAGE 4 A short-lived debate inside Labour marked out Mintoff's appeal to feminist voices PAGE 8-9 ABORTION 1980 €1.95 Poultry farmers say Brussels hen-pecking on caged chickens PAGE 6 Cluck off! Malta at the Security Council KARL AZZOPARDI NO Deposit Cars, a car dealership in Qormi, has become synony- mous for the questionable 'deals' it gives to unsuspecting custom- ers who have failed to challenge their contracts, repeatedly, in the courts. Ivan Novak, a Slovenian nation- al working in the gaming sector, has lived in Malta since 2015 and is just one of dozens of car buy- ers who claim they were duped by the car dealership. But despite the protests of many of No Deposit customers, who more often than not end up as de- fendants in civil lawsuits brought by the dealership, the law courts can only find in favour of No De- posit and its 'unfair' contracts. MATTHEW VELLA AN attempt by a group of Nationalist Party del- egates to garner enough signatures to force an extraordinary general council that would place pressure on Bernard Grech to step down, has been scotched by senior MPs. Members of a small group of veteran parlia- mentarians told Malta- Today they had brought to an end an attempt to force the PN into a Gen- eral Council that would have once again, played out its leadership trou- bles with internecine consequences. Instead, the MPs told MaltaToday on condi- tion of anonymity, they are pinning their hopes on Roberta Metsola, the president of the Eu- ropean Parliament, to take the PN's lead into 2027. Senior MPs stop 'anti-Grech' petition but want Metsola in 2027 Unsuspecting motorists find 'no deposit' lure has been costly in ongoing saga The Maltese Olympic Committee is hosting a series of nine roadshows for the Games of the Small States of Europe, starting yesterday in Zurrieq, and running to 4 June. The roadshows promote the forthcoming GSSE in Malta, and ramp up Malta's support for its athletes Ian Borg presides over UNSC debate on Ukraine this week PAGE 13 PAGE 2 'Taken for a ride,' says hire-purchase client who thinks company is not giving customers fair deal

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