Malta: appeal against ‘procedurally wrong’ decision to hold Panama money laundering inquiry
03 Aug 2017

A lawyer who filed one of the seven appeals against Magistrate Ian Farrugia’s decision to launch an inquiry into money laundering allegations, said that the clients are arguing that the request is “procedurally wrong”.

MaltaToday has been refused a copy of the appeal application by the courts, but one of the lawyers who filed it explained that the appeal application says that the prerequisites for a magisterial inquiry (known as the in genere) do not exist.

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