These are the main headlines reviewed by our editorial and research team for today.
Civil Society group Repubblika has written to Prime Minister Robert Abela listing cases of abuse of power by the Muscat government and asking him whether he intends to do anything about them. Source: Times of Malta
Despite backing ‘continuity candidate’ Robert Abela, Neville Gafà would not occupy a role in the Office of the Prime Minister.Source: Malta Today
Chris Fearne is set to retain his position as health minister – and also remain Deputy Prime Minister – in the shake-up to the Cabinet that is being planned by Prime Minister Robert Abela, sourced told The Malta Independent. Source: The Malta Independent
Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar has confirmed that there were leaks during the Police investigation into the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia and stated that he had ordered an investigation to identify how the information was being leaked. The Commissioner added that so far, the source of the leaks has not been identified. Source: TVM
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that she is “convinced” that the Maltese Government under Abela’s leadership will continue to make a constructive contribution to a stronger, more united, and more just Europe. Source: Newsbook