Yorgen Fenech, accused of complicity in organising and financing the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, held at least 26 meetings with government officials and staff members at the Auberge de Castille, seat of the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta, from 16 October 2013 to 24 March 2017.
5 meetings were with Keith Schembri, chief of staff at the Officer of the Prime Minister during Joseph Muscat’s tenure; 19 meetings were with Konrad Mizzi, former Minister of Health and Energy, and responsible for public-private partnerships; 1 with Michael Farrugia, formerly Minister of Home Affairs and National Security; and 1 meeting with Lindsey Gambin, an aide to Konrad Mizzi.
The following information was released in response to a Freedom of Information request filed in March 2020. The visits were originally reported by Lovin’ Malta. We’re releasing the complete official response.
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