10 protests stymied during pandemic on fear of reprisals following police objections
The police have objected to ten protest applications citing
Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
COVID-19 infections creep up as Malta opens its borders to tourists
As the summer tourism season opens and Malta’s economy
New familiar patterns
The timing of the Conference for National Unity, held
Prime Minister’s decision not to divulge expenditure on media publicity ‘banal’
NGO Repubblika has said the prime minister’s excuses not
On the right side of a fight
Dutch MP Pieter Omtzigt was instrumental in uncovering the
‘Women journalists in Malta have to go against partisan politics, misogyny and societal boundaries’
Verbal abuse against women journalists has become legitimised through
Government mum on deals with Gozo Curia
The government is refusing to give information on a
Vigil for Daphne Caruana Galizia commemorates victims of pandemic
A vigil commemorating the life and work of assassinated
The People vs Joseph Muscat
As expected, disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat’s brazen
When they get it wrong
The coordinated attack on The Shift by the three
Labour’s pandering to hunters and trappers may backfire
Saturday’s protest in front of the Prime Minister’s office
The legacy of a few men
The world is aware that Malta, under the premiership
Former European Court Judge Giovanni Bonello slams the Attorney General’s track record
Former judge at the European Court of Human Rights
Venice Commission ‘disappointed’ as it unpicks ‘rushed’ rule of law reform
The Venice Commission said in its latest Opinion last
Joseph Muscat’s diminishing influence as economy dips and priorities change
Former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s unceremonious exit from politics
Complex court battle looms as probe into Keith Schembri is in final stretch
The trickle of information over the past week on
Frenzied attempts to gain access to evidence on Keith Schembri is telling
Although Keith Schembri is unlikely to be arraigned in
Double injustice for family of victim mowed down by driver who fled
The suspended sentence handed to 28-year-old Mel Spiteri after
The police rot from the head down
Law enforcement in Malta is unable to prosecute corruption
New Attorney General inspires little confidence in legal circles
The nomination of Victoria Buttigieg for the post of
Focus on Joseph Muscat in journalist’s assassination
Did the prime minister of Malta know who killed
Broadcasting Authority ruling makes perverse situation worse
A ruling by the Broadcasting Authority (BA) this week
The justice system is on trial, and getting a ‘Fail’
The courtroom drama in the compilation of evidence in
Dear Joe, we’ve seen this before
“The whole bunch of them should resign en masse.
A call for wider, deeper reforms in Venice Commission’s guarded opinion
In an 18-page report filled with caveats, subtleties and
‘It’s complicated’: Over two years’ delay for a simple change in law
For a government that prides itself on its progressiveness
Prime Minister given evidence of inquiry 5 days before he was questioned
One of the things that emerge from scrutiny of
Opposition and civil society raise the stakes on rule of law reforms
In a move that raises the stakes on rule
Rule of law reforms reflect Prime Minister’s reluctance to shift power
If first impressions count, then the first impression of