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MATTHEW VELLA KEITH Schembri used his legal muscle to dead-leg the chairman and Opposition members of the Public Accounts Committees, when they denied him a Speak- er's ruling to have his testimony suspended. Schembri's lawyer, Edward Gatt, said his client wanted a Speaker's ruling to have his testimony on the NAO report into the Electro- gas gas plant, suspended because PAC chairman Darren Carabott and the two Opposition MPs had last week filed a police report. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 26 APRIL 2023 • ISSUE 841 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 PAGE 5 → direct My investments, My way. Whether you are a pro in investing or just starting out, MeDirect provides the tools you need to put your money to work – safely, simply and on your own terms. MeDirect Bank (Malta) plc, is regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority as a Credit Institution under the Banking Act 1994. Applications are subject to the Bank's lending criteria. Terms and conditions apply and are available on request. 2557 4400 Police Commissioner denies cover-up claims on Pilatus Bank nolle prosequi KURT SANSONE POLICE Commissioner Angelo Gafà has "categorically" denied allegations of wrongdoing in the case concerning the non-prose- cution of two top Pilatus Bank officials. He also denied being subject- ed to political pressure not to charge the officials. "The Commissioner of Police categorically denies any allega- tion of wrongdoing or political pressure, and any decisions taken by the police force will be, and are effectively being explained in the respective fora, including in on- going judicial proceedings," a po- lice spokesperson told MaltaToday. Schembri keeps up deniability on Panama offshore plan Police will explain reasoning for not charging two bank officials in ongoing judicial proceedings Police Commissioner Angelo Gafà

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