Tags : Malta

    Time called on snus case

    Malta's Attorney General has been told to close a bribery-allegation case that arose out of allegations concerning the preparation of the EU's revised Tobacco Products Directive.Read More

    Dalligate update: Kimberley denies asking for €60 million

    Defence lawyers of Sliema restaurateur Silvio Zammit yesterday pressed the police’s witness Gayle Kimberley on whether she was the one who came up with the €60 million figure at the heart of the Dalligate scandal. Kimberley denied it categorically, but lawyer Edward Gatt insisted on the point, reminding the young lawyer that she was testifying...Read More

    EU Tobacco Products Directive review to proceed

    A planned review of the European Union Tobacco Products Directive will proceed once a replacement has been found for Health Commissioner John Dalli, said EU spokeswoman Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen on Oct.  17. Dalli resigned following an investigation of a complaint by Swedish Match made in May. The EU anti-fraud office, OLAF, found evidence that Dalli...Read More