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KURT SANSONE YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY 9 JUNE 2024 • ISSUE 1283 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY 3.60% p.a. MeDirect Bank is a participant in the Depositor Compensation Scheme established under the Maltese Laws. Rate is fixed and is quoted gross of tax on a per annum basis and is paid into a savings account. Accounts can be opened with a minimum of €100 and deposit must be kept in the account for the duration of the term. If a withdrawal is made, the rate will not be achieved. Terms and Conditions apply and are available upon request. MeDirect Bank (Malta) plc, company registration number C34125, is licensed by the Malta Financial Services Authority under the Banking Act (Cap. 371). on a 6-month term deposit in Euro. Open an account online today. 2557 4400 I Only 2% of Maltese believe Chinese is important for their children PAGE 11 New university course offers a different way of doing politics PAGES 12 - 13 Be sure to get the MaltaToday MEP election special Out tomorrow Languages Change Election 2024 maltatoday NICOLE MEILAK Who will triumph at Euro 2024? PAGES 14 - 15 Malta waits for European Parliament election result Digital Church €1.95 Fr Fr Joe Borg on the Joe Borg on the church's yearning to church's yearning to explore the digital explore the digital frontier frontier INTERVIEW MT2 The unseen enemy: organised crime networks exploiting Malta's geography MALTA has always been a strategic hub at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. This has attracted businesses, tourists, and... crim- inals. In an interview with MaltaToday, Assistant Po- lice Commissioner Malcolm Bondin said Malta's strategic position makes it an ideal transit hub for significant drug trafficking operations. PAGES 8 - 9 MALTA voted to elect six MEPs in a calm election on Saturday with a half- day turnout that according to Malta- Today calculations was comparable to that of five years ago. Focus shifts to the counting hall in Naxxar this morning where vote scan- ning for the EP election is expected to start at 9am. Polls closed at 10pm and although final turnout figures were not available by the time we went to print, the 2pm turnout for the EP election published by the Electoral Commission stood at a whopping 42.6%. PAGES 2 - 3 Electoral Commission botches 2pm turnout figures by giving out higher percentages based on those who collected their voting document rather than on all eligible voters Clockwise from top left: Robert Abela, Bernard Grech, Arnold Cassola and Roberta Metsola

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