The race for an EU post: ‘A story of how far Joseph Muscat has fallen’
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s performance in a battle for
Whose line was it anyway?
Let’s play a game of “Whose Line Was It?”
International freedom of expression organisations welcome crucial resolution
We, the undersigned international freedom of expression organisations, welcome
PACE adopts report on Malta
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)
BOV and Malta’s toxic reputation
“Your business is doing too well. I’m afraid we
It’s confidential: Ministers deny having access to Egrant inquiry
Ministers Chris Cardona, Konrad Mizzi and Edward Scicluna have
Russian police drop charges against investigative journalist
Investigative journalist Ivan Golunov was released from house arrest
Decline in press freedom linked to State capture of institutions in Europe
One of the biggest threats to press freedom in
How to institutionalise mediocrity
“I voted for you. Now you have to do
Faulty wiring: Mizzi’s ‘sinister’ Electrogas deal
The Electrogas deal has been described as a “highly
‘Inadvisable, underhand deal’ on Malta’s public hospitals
Minister Konrad Mizzi struck an “inadvisable, underhand deal with
‘What happens in Malta, stays in Malta’
“Letterbox companies, corruption, contract killings and restrictions on the
Indiscriminate use of tear gas against against citizens, journalists in Albania
Anti-government protests have continued in the Albanian capital of
Impunity reigns in the realm of ‘il-King’
Joseph Muscat hasn’t saved a cent in the past
Spotlight on threats against journalists in Malta in European report
“Burned in effigy. Insulted. Menaced. Spat at. Discredited by
Muscat tells EU leaders that he will protect rule of law… seriously
The Maltese government yesterday signed the Sibiu Declaration, at
‘One day, justice will be done’
Magistrate Doreen Clarke has ordered an inquiry into the
Politics in Malta: doing favours, winning friends
The late Labour Party strongman, and former Prime Minister
Malta loses points for political rights and civil liberties in Freedom House report
Malta has come under criticism for the “inefficiency” of
‘It’s time to be brave’
The need for people to stand up to corruption,
Transparency International critical of IMF Malta report ignoring corruption
Transparency International has criticised the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Circus without nets
A unfortunate misunderstanding is haunting Europe. It just doesn’t
Council of Europe calls for cross border Europol team on money laundering
Council of Europe’s parliamentary assembly (PACE) has called on
The criminal underbelly
This is a guest post by Antoine P. Borg
Too many errors of judgment
We’ve heard this line before: as long as nothing
The march of the dark brigade
How can journalists fight back against threats and violence?
The great pretenders
The walls are closing in on Malta — but
Council of Europe calls for robust action against government corruption in Malta
The Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption
‘We may not know who killed Daphne, we do know what killed her’
This was the reaction of lawyer and academic Justin
Politics of angry triumphalism
Should you today pay brief attention (I’d recommend it)

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