Repubblika calls for interim government to see through FATF changes until next election
Civil society NGO Repubblika called for an interim government
If you can, you must
Doctors are trained to heal.  They have the capability
‘Worrying degree of democratic backsliding’ – Council of Europe report
The latest annual report on the state of democracy,
That sense of resignation
The temperature climbed to 27 degrees this Sunday in
Autocratic and abusive
The government is targeting its critics again. This time
Dodger’s gone, Dodge City remains
Babylon had Hammurabi. Judaism had Moses. Classical Athens had
‘Justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia must be secured’ – European Commission President
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has again
Partial Law
I was almost tempted to waste another article dissecting
Another fall for Malta in The Economist’s 2020 Democracy Index
Malta has yet again plummeted to an all-time low
The hill we climb
Young Amanda Gorman delivered a magnificent speech at President
Am I next?
The language of violence has increased at an alarming
The first sign of corruption
Georges Bernanos (1888-1948): ‘The first sign of corruption in
Did they even read their own law?
The Department of Information (DOI) has refused to give
The democracy of knowledge
If you have never read Alexis de Tocqueville’s ‘Democracy
The politics of anger 
Maybe Aristotle was the first philosopher to say that,
Of education and demagoguery
“Democracy implies election of the corrupt few by the
A moment that deserves to last
There’s no hyperbole in saying that what happened last
Malta’s top artists unite behind The Shift, art exhibition launched
Occasionally, a passing comment unexpectedly grows and develops into
The light of a new dawn
It is The Shift’s third anniversary. It was born
The power of our example
The world breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday
WATCH: ‘When they come undone’
Daphne Caruana Galizia did not give up despite the
Breaking news shouldn’t break us
“It is institutions that help preserve decency. They need
Stock replies bingo 
When former prime minister Joseph Muscat was asked to
Dear Joe, we’ve seen this before
“The whole bunch of them should resign en masse.
Labour’s Church of Victimology
“Don’t blame the victim”. Finance Minister Edward Scicluna’s comments
Labour’s moral compass
At 5am this morning, Evarist Bartolo uploaded another post
Turning a blind eye
Tuesday 14 September 1993. This is the moment I
Věra Jourová stresses importance of journalism amid COVID-19 ‘infodemic’
The unprecedented “infodemic” that emerged during the pandemic has
Politicians hold ‘disproportionate authority’ over public professionals
A public policy professor has warned of the disproportionate authority
Opposition and civil society raise the stakes on rule of law reforms
In a move that raises the stakes on rule