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  • Writer's pictureAndré Delicata

Where’s Angelo?

“I …………………… solemnly swear/affirm that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the people and the Republic of Malta and its Constitution and that I will faithfully serve the said Republic during my service in the Malta Police Force; as a Police Officer that I will subject myself to all Codes, Acts, Ordinances, orders and regulations relating to the said Force now in force or which may from time to time be in force and will discharge all the duties of a Police Officer according to law, without fear or favour, affection or ill will. (So help me God)”. Oath of office of Police Officers

There’s a deafening silence from the Police Commissioner, despite the evidence that is continually piling up showing that disgraced former Minister for Energy and Health Konrad Mizzi acted in bad faith and for his own personal gain during his time as minister and as Labour Party’s darling.

Electrogas and Vitals come to mind at the first instance, but there are so many others.

Let’s take the Montenegro wind farm project which Konrad Mizzi was behind.

Enemalta paid €10.3 million for the wind farm shares, weeks after Fenech’s associate Turab Musayev had bought them for €2.9 million using a shell company.

The alleged mastermind behind Daphne Caruana’s assassination Yorgen Fenech eventually ended up making a profit of at least €4.6 million profit off the deal. At the taxpayer’s expense naturally.

Bear in mind that Mizzi had set up a secret Panama company that was to receive €2 million yearly from Yorgen Fenech’s secret company 17 Black according to a leaked email from Mizzi’s financial advisors.

Times of Malta and Reuters revealed how a second company mentioned in the same e-mail, Macbridge, was linked to a certain Chen Cheng, who presented the wind farm project to Enemalta’s board in December 2014.

The Police Commissioner’s duty is to “preserve public order and peace, to prevent the commission of offences, to promote and enforce the observance of the laws, as a first guarantee of the rights of all persons in Malta, even before action is needed through the judicial system to repress, sanction or remedy any breach” according to the Police Act found in the laws of Malta, and to “perform honestly and effectively all those duties assigned to it by this Act or by any other law”.

The Act also gives instances of neglect of duty amongst one of which being that he/she “neglects, or without good and sufficient cause omits, promptly and diligently to attend to or carry out anything which is his duty as a member of the Force”.

It’s time to say things as they are. Police Commissioner Angelo Gafa is guilty of omission of duty. Big-time. He is drowning in evidence of wrong-doing by Konrad Mizzi, yet he refuses to act.

That’s tantamount to treason in my books.


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