Maltese Prime Minister and wife cleared of accusations relating to Panama Papers

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Series Details July 2018
Publication Date 22/07/2018
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Summary:

Malta's Prime Minister Josepah Muscat, his wife and other political figures were cleared on 22 July 2018 of allegations concerning financial wrongdoing linked to the Panama Papers scandal.

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The conclusions of the year-long probe were published a day after the report had been passed on to the attorney general.

Related Link(s)
EUObserver, 23.07.18: Malta's PM cleared of Panama Paper wrongdoing https://euobserver.com/beyond-brussels/142438
Malta Independent Online, 22.07.18: Egrant inquiry clears PM and his wife, finds that signatures on declarations were falsified http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2018-07-22/local-news/Egrant-inquiry-No-evidence-that-third-Panama-company-belonged-to-Prime-Minister-or-his-wife-6736193805
EurActiv, 23.07.18: Maltese PM says name cleared in Panama Papers probe https://www.euractiv.com/section/justice-home-affairs/news/maltese-pm-says-name-cleared-in-panama-papers-probe/
Euronews, 22.07.18: Maltese PM and wife's names cleared after inquiry rules they had no links with company in Panama http://www.euronews.com/2018/07/22/maltese-pm-and-wife-s-names-cleared-after-inquiry-rules-they-had-no-links-with-company-in-

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