‘Impunity’ is the latest buzzword

“Impunity” has become the buzzword of the local PN leaning media. This morning it was reported in the Times of Malta that workers were working at a landmark in Balluta with impunity, i.e.without fear of being punished.
A few days ago a truck driver who was reported by the same newspaper was arraigned in court and was not granted bail. There were other instances where others were brought to justice.
Not so for those Nationalist MPs who were reported with photographic evidence on this blog that they were in breach of parking rules to say the least. These were never brought to justice. It seems that no one in this country enjoys impunity except for these Nazzjonalisti. Here justice turns a blind eye.
Examples of people who in the past escaped punishment under a Nationalist administration will be given in another piece
  • Jg

    Does this David Casa and whoever is leaking some parts of an unfinished FIAU report think that they are above the law and justice?
    This is purly impunity. This is how the rule of law is being breached.
    Are they not going to get investigated for spreading untruths and keep on harming the integrity of Malta abroad?

  • A Zammit

    Glenn, jekk hadd minn xi kolp suppost serju, ma harrek lil MPs nazzjonalisti, (setghu kienu laburisti), zgur mhux tort ta’ Joseph Muscat. L’ezempju jrid jinghata aktar minn persuni pubblici u minn min suppost jara li l-ligijiet ikunu rispettati. Imbaghad ic-cittadini aktar jaccettaw ir-regoli li jkunu gew imposta ghal gid tas-socjeta’.