Money Laundering

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker this week launched a broadside against Malta in response to a European Parliamentary Question about the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. In response to a parliamentary question tabled by British MEP Margot Parker, of the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group, regarding what action the Commission would consider […]

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‘Daphne’s murder overshadows achievements’ President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca addressed members of the diplomatic corps during the exchange of New Year’s greetings at the Palace in Valletta. She said the “dark cloud” brought about by Daphne Caruana Galizia’s killing overshadowed last year’s economic and civil liberties achievements. Dr Coleiro Preca welcomed the defeat in 2017 of […]

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ISLAMABAD – The National Accountability Bureau has sought details from the Federal Bureau of Revenue about the final outcome of an inquiry against Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi in the money-laundering (un-declared assets) case, registered against him in 2010-11. The NAB has sought the details after completing the complaint verification process in a money-laundering […]

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Common sense dictates that politicians perceived to be implicated in serious acts of corruption and money laundering should be removed and investigated. But common sense often comes in short supply. This explains why we need the European Parliament to tell us the obvious. Tragic, really. A few days ago, a European Parliament report on Malta […]

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More than half a billion dollars have been recovered by tax agencies worldwide — none of it by the CRA, which says it does not trace the source of assessments related to the Panama Papers leaks. … read more at: https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2018/01/12/canada-wont-say-if-it-has-collected-any-lost-taxes-from-panama-papers-cheats-the-rest-of-the-world-has-recovered-more-than-500-million.html

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A European Parliament report on Malta has called on politicians perceived to be implicated in serious acts of corruption and money laundering linked to the Panama Papers and FIAU reports to be removed from public office and swiftly investigated. The Prime Minister’s chief of staff Keith Schembri and Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi were both found in […]

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1 China #MeToo movement: A university has sacked a prestigious scholar following accusations of sexual misconduct against him by multiple women, the result of a campaign heralded by his chief accuser as the start of a Chinese chapter of the #MeToo movement. Beihang University in Beijing said on its official microblog this week that an […]

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