Danske Bank named as OCCRP’s 2019 Corrupt Actor of the Year
Denmark’s Danske Bank has been awarded the undesirable 2019 Corrupt Actor
Report maps presence of Italian mafia in foreign countries, Malta tops list
Malta is the country with the highest number of
An open letter to Minister Edward Scicluna from a whistleblower
An open letter to Edward Scicluna, Finance Minister and
Legacy on the line
Unsurprisingly, social media was awash with comments and posts
We don’t need no due diligence 
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) chief Joseph Cuschieri
Thousands of Hungarians protest against far-right government
Protesters took to the streets of Hungary’s capital for
‘Robust progress’ on EU law that will increase rights for Maltese parents
Malta is one of the Member States that will
Over 350,000 signatures from EU citizens call for end to overfishing
Over 350,000 signatures from EU citizens calling for an
Henley & Partners rake in €29 million from Malta’s cash-for-passport scheme  
Henley & Partners earned €9.7 million from Malta’s cash-for-passport
MEP lambasts political interference in Maltese cultural scene 
MEP Francis Zammit Dimech has once again hit out
Why are taxpayers forking out €1.4m to permit more air pollution?
In a recent report by the European Environment Agency,
Corruption costing Malta €725 million a year
Corruption is often deemed unquantifiable but a new report
Huawei top executive accused of fraud in breach of US sanctions
The arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou sparked
‘Where corruption is allowed to flourish, individuals are less safe’ – 90 human rights NGOs to EU
Ninety human rights and anti-corruption organisations from around the
Malta only country in EU to miss ‘every single target’ on emissions
Malta is the only country in the EU to
Schroedinger’s (Mus)Cat
In most areas of our life we all understand
#DontLetThemDrown: Human Rights NGOs appeal for safe port for rescued migrants
A coalition of human rights NGOs have expressed their
Media Pluralism Monitor report notes deterioration in Malta
The lack of political independence of the media is
EU lawmakers propose new whistleblower protection law
MEPs have agreed to introduce new legal mechanisms to protect
OLAF finds gross irregularities at Malta-based EU asylum office
The EU’s anti-fraud watchdog OLAF has uncovered a range
European Parliament special committee calls for ‘phasing out’ of golden visa schemes
Malta’s cash-for-passport scheme has once again been described as
The Dictator’s Handbook #8: Power and corruption
The Dictator’s Handbook emphasises repeatedly how leaders stay in
Roberta Metsola to lead new EU borders law
Maltese MEP Roberta Metsola has been tasked by the
Trapping at tax payers’ expense
The trapping season opened on 20 October, for Song
MEPs call for outright ban of neo-Nazi and neo-fascist groups in Europe
MEPs have overwhelmingly voted in favour of banning Neo-Nazi
60 journalists demand to know ‘who killed Daphne?’
Sixty Italian journalists have signed a declaration demanding the
Facebook could face a $1.6 billion fine over massive data breach
The Irish Data Protection Commission has opened a formal
The infinite wisdom of the Attorney General 
Testifying in court this week, Attorney General Peter Grech
‘Wake up Europe’, indeed!
The op-ed by European leaders published in some of
Rise of far-right worries EU leaders
Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat joined other European leaders

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