Today's front pages - January 13, 2018

These are the main stories featured in Saturday's newspapers.

Times of Malta reports that a cross-party group of MEPs has proposed new EU laws aimed at addressing court cases intended to intimidate investigative journalists
and independent media through exorbitant legal expenses. It also reported that paid sick leave cost the government €50 million in 2015, the highest in 10 years.

L-orizzont says a report has placed the Maltese passport as the ninth strongest in the world.

In-Nazzjon reports party leader Adrian Delia telling the prime minister to do "what is right" after a damning MEP report called for the removal of officials implicated in corruption.

The Malta Independent quotes the Chief Justice saying that the police do not need "reasonable" suspicion to start an investigation. It also quotes the Education Minister saying that the Żonqor campus will not be built until there is a full complement at the campus in Dock 1. 




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