The happy fibber – Kevin Cassar
“I am very happy,” Edward Zammit Lewis declared. Had
Echoing concerns: 3 high profile reports on Malta’s rule of law in 2 days
Three analyses on the rule of law in Malta
COE anti-corruption watchdog says Malta still far from implementing 2019 recommendations
Council of Europe anti-corruption watchdog, GRECO has said that
Yorgen Fenech indictment ‘result of painful battle, no guarantee of justice’ – Council of Europe report
Persistent delays and administrative obstacles to the judicial process
Government proposals ‘more concerned with regulating, than enabling media’
The government’s press freedom proposals have “a long way
The two faces of the government’s attitude towards media freedom
You’d be forgiven for thinking that something, somewhere, got
Bulgaria’s cash for passports scheme under EU scrutiny
After Bulgaria pledged to end its ‘golden passport’ scheme
Malta must strengthen fight against human trafficking – Council of Europe report
Malta has been asked, again, to step up its
‘Nuxellina’ learns her fate
How do you solve a problem like Rosianne? The
Pieter Omtzigt voices concern over ‘credible reports’ of CIA plot against Julian Assange
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe General Rapporteur
Disinformation watch – defiant defence
When reports emerged that on 8 September, the Parliamentary
Caruana Galizia family: inquiry report shows Daphne was telling the truth
“We have it in back and white that Daphne
Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
Member of Azerbaijani ruling family linked to billion-euro money laundering scheme
Two members of Azerbaijan’s ruling Aliyev family have been
More promises at international level that government will protect journalists, end impunity
The government has adopted multiple Council of Europe (CoE)
Malta meets some of Council of Europe Commission’s recommendations… on paper
The Council of Europe’s Commission Against Racism and Intolerance
‘When journalism is threatened, democracy is at stake’
As the world marks Press Freedom Day, several organisations,
Omtzigt requests PACE committee to look into Rosianne Cutajar’s ‘conflict of interest’
Pieter Omtzigt has requested that the Parliamentary Assembly of
Maltese government’s actions ‘jeopardising right to life’ – Human Rights Commissioner
The Maltese government has been criticised for “being unresponsive
Disinformation Watch: A man of many opinions
As soon as he was appointed Minister for Justice,
Council of Europe says Malta fails basic human rights obligations for minorities
The Maltese government has failed to collect any data
2020 ‘unfortunate record year’ for press freedom, call for action from EC President
Press freedom organisation partners forming the Media Freedom Rapid
PACE hands over reports to public inquiry on Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
The Chair of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council
New law proposed weakens lawyers’ accountability and fails to raise standards
The Chamber of Advocates has expressed dismay about a
Did they even read their own law?
The Department of Information (DOI) has refused to give
Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry: where to from here?
The details revealed by the public inquiry into Maltese
Out with the old and in with… the same?
Good riddance to 2020. I’m sure no one’s sorry
No bank monitoring orders between 2015 and 2018 – Council of Europe report
The authorities in Malta are failing to regularly use

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