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MATTHEW VELLA THE Speaker of the House has ruled that the parliamentary public accounts committee will have to wait for a decision from the Constitutional Court as to whether Keith Schembri is right to request a suspension of his hearing. Anglu Farrugia ruled on Tues- day evening that the PAC had to avoid the possibility of being found in breach of Schembri's fair hearing rights. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 3 MAY 2023 • ISSUE 841 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 6 PAGE 3 → 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 Gharghur double murder: Insanity trial for man who stabbed his mother, aunt MATTHEW AGIUS JURORS on Tuesday have begun hearing evidence in an insanity trial for a man who fatally stabbed his mother and aunt after suspecting them of having spiked his cof- fee. Kevin Micallef, 47, is indicted for the wil- ful homicide of his mother and aunt in their Gharghur home in July 2018. Micallef allegedly stabbed his relatives in the washroom before calling the emergency number 112 and confessing to the crime. During the insanity trial, a recording of Micallef's call to the police was played in court. With her last breaths, Micallef's dying mother had also reportedly told a court-ap- pointed medico-legal expert that they had been stabbed by her son. Schembri's grilling by PAC must stop until court ruling Kevin Micallef stands accused of murdering his mother and aunt (Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday)

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