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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 29 NOVEMBER 2023 • ISSUE 871 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 13 Bail for youth who maimed policeman in 2018 ROSIANNE Cutajar's employment as a consultant to the Institute for Tourism Studies' CEO in 2019 was "illegitimate" and breached regulations, the National Au- dit Office concluded. In a scathing opinion, the NAO found no evidence to substantiate the need for ITS to employ a consultant, also questioning the MP's credentials for the contracted job. The NAO report titled A Review Of The Employment Agreement Of The Consult- ant To The Chief Executive Officer, Insti- tute Of Tourism Studies, was tabled in par- liament on Tuesday. PAGES 4 - 5 THE joyrider accused of the at- tempted murder of a police of- ficer in a 2018 hit-and-run inci- dent has been granted bail once again, following a positive psy- chological report. Liam Debono is awaiting tri- al for the attempted murder of PC Simon Schembri whom he ran over in 2018, aged just 17. After being run over, the po- lice officer was dragged for several metres by Debono's car, suffering extensive friction burns to his body and causing so much damage to the officer's arm that it had to be amputat- ed. PAGE 7 Rosianne Cutajar's ITS job slammed by NAO: 'Illegitimate and irregular' MATTHEW AGIUS KURT SANSONE Prime Minister Robert Abela (right) stands at attention next to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin as the two countries' national anthems are played as he arrived in Berlin on Tuesday. During his discussions with Scholz, Abela expressed support for dialogue and assistance to other countries in the Mediterranean such as Libya and Tunisia (Photo: DOI) PAGE 2 Rosianne Cutajar Liam Debono was granted bail several months after his arraignment but was rearrested in May 2019

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