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KEITH Schembri and Konrad Mizzi are claiming to have been refused ac- cess to "important documents" from the magisterial inquiry into the Vi- tals Global Healthcare deal ahead of their arraignment next week. The claims emerge from judi- cial protests filed earlier today, in which former Chief of Staff at the Office of the Prime Minister and the former Health Minister both allege that the Attorney General and the Commissioner of Police were refusing to hand over the unspecified documents from the Vitals inquiry, which they claim, breached their rights to disclosure of the evidence against them and to a fair trial. PAGE 3 WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 22 MAY 2024 • ISSUE 895 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 Schembri and Mizzi claim disclosure failures ahead of Vitals charges MATTHEW FARRUGIA MATTHEW AGIUS St George's and Balluta bays unfit for swimming after sewage contamination St George's Bay PAGE 5 The claims emerge from judicial protests filed earlier today as the two ex-public officials are set to face charges of money laundering, bribery and trading in inf luence Both Mizzi and Schembri are arguing that they had not been spoken to before being charged, despite the nature of the charges requiring that an explanation be provided by the suspect before charges are pressed TWO sandy beaches in Malta's prime tourist area are unfit for swimming after sewage contamination, the public health authorities have warned. On Tuesday in the space of a few hours, the En- vironmental Health Directorate within the Super- intendence of Public Health issued an urgent noti- fication banning swimming in St George's Bay and Balluta Bay.

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