MALTA’S FAILINGS ON MONEY LAUNDERING UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT

The murder of graft-busting journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta on October 16 focused the world’s attention on the tiny Mediterranean tax haven and its failure to combat money laundering and corruption.  But even before the murder, Malta was under fire for its shortcomings in tackling money laundering. One of the most outspoken critics is Maltese member of the European Parliament (MEP) David Casa from the opposition PN Party (Nationalist Party/ Partit Nazzjonalista). Casa alleges complicity in money laundering that goes right to the very top of the ...


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