Gozo Ministry direct order for Saviour Balzan smacks of political propaganda
More behind-the-scenes pre-electoral machinations put into play by the
Abela’s cabinet being less transparent with their earnings than Muscat’s
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s Cabinet is being far less
The inversion of facts, one opinion piece at a time
When local experts or international entities speak out against
Disgraced attorney general paid €7,000 a month for ‘transition period’
Disgraced former attorney general Peter Grech – notorious for,
18 cabinet members committed breach of ethics when publishing partisan supplements on PL newspaper – Commissioner
An investigation by the Standards Commissioner into whether government
Zammit Lewis failed to declare family relationship with former AG Peter Grech before hiring him
Former justice minister Edward Zammit Lewis failed to declare
2 ministers, 120 direct orders worth €2 million in the run-up to elections
Former justice minister Edward Zammit Lewis and Transport Minister
Cutting parliament short  – Jacques René Zammit
I happened to come across a random OneTV clip
The happy fibber – Kevin Cassar
“I am very happy,” Edward Zammit Lewis declared. Had
€350 and a day of dubious expenditure analysis later…
Gate-keeping information that’s meant to be released to the
Out with some of the old
The new leaders have been appointed. These are the
Saviour Balzan given premises at industrial park for 15 years starting at €1 a month
Business 2 Business Ltd, a company solely owned by
Court agency breaches law, refuses to give details on court experts
The Court Services Agency is blocking information on the
Civil society groups hold protest, demand resignation of attorney general
Protesters gathered in Valletta on Friday evening to demand
It’s not about money
The government has no intention of debating the Opposition’s
Speaker to decide whether ethics committee is to continue investigating Justyne Caruana
The parliamentary committee for standards in public life suspended
Patterns of resistance
The government’s reluctance, verging on recalcitrance, for meaningful reform
Robert Abela’s grim year
The year 2021 was another challenging one for many
How to hire talent
Warren Buffett, the world’s most successful investor, has his
Court records law under spotlight of six international press freedom NGOs
Pressure continues to grow on the government to scrap
Government is ‘either being incompetent or unwilling to listen’ – data law expert
The government is “either incompetent or unwilling to listen”
Newsrooms, press freedom organisations rally against court records law
Six Maltese newsrooms, along with the Daphne Caruana Galizia
Underwhelming Asset Recovery Bureau has seized just €18,000 since 2020
The Asset Recovery Bureau (ARB), initially set up in
Legal experts slam ‘reprehensible’ new law on court judgements
Two legal experts condemned as “wholly reprehensible” a new
Sister of PM’s wife appointed to four different government boards since 2013
Alison Zerafa Civelli, the sister of the prime minister’s
Government ministry staff numbers jumped 14.6% in 2021, swelling total to almost 34,000
The number of employees in government ministries and departments
Hard hearts
They didn’t like what she was reporting, didn’t like
19 government MPs stonewall questions from Opposition MPs since re-opening of parliament
A total of 19 government MPs failed to answer
Rosianne Cutajar failed to attend Parliamentary Assembly meetings discussing her conduct
Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar has been called to attend

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