Hijacked nation
The European Parliament’s resolution condemning the Malta Labour Party’s
PN agrees with passport scheme, subject to an ‘open and transparent’ process
The findings that emerged from a joint media investigation
Disinformation Watch: A man of many opinions
As soon as he was appointed Minister for Justice,
Henley and Partners’ ‘intrinsic business’ questioned in light of recent passport rankings
On Saturday, Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship Alex Muscat was
Predicting economic recovery by May is ‘pure conjecture’ – economist
Forecasting economic recovery by May in the current pandemic
The legacy of a few men
The world is aware that Malta, under the premiership
It’s all Roberta Metsola’s fault
It’s all Roberta Metsola’s fault. The European Commission is
€16 million taken by Electrogas shareholders also hidden from European Commission
Electrogas shareholders hid over €16 million in ‘success fees’,
Opposition files parliamentary motion calling for public inquiry into Electrogas
Opposition leader Bernard Grech this afternoon filed a parliamentary
Government hid LNG agreement with Azerbaijan from European Commission
The government went through great effort to hide a
EU Court Advocate General says reject John Dalli appeal
Advocate General Maciej Szpunar has recommended that the grounds
Migration, rule of law and equality among European Commission priorities
On 16 September, President of the European Commission Ursula
The Venice Commission is a joke
A recent package of constitutional reforms was trumpeted as
Montenegro government ‘sloppy’ in its cover up of corruption in wind farm deal
Srdjan Milic, an independent Montenegrin MP who has written
Taxpayers billed €300,000 for luxury travel by chief passport salesman
Maltese taxpayers were billed almost €300,000 for first class
‘Brotherhood of organised crime a common enemy for people of Malta and Montenegro’
Montenegro Independent MP Srđan Milić has said the Maltese
3,500 tuna remain drifting at sea in cages for close to a year due to illegality
Two months after the European Commission launched infringement proceedings
Věra Jourová stresses importance of journalism amid COVID-19 ‘infodemic’
The unprecedented “infodemic” that emerged during the pandemic has
Magisterial inquiry into Andreina Fenech Farrugia still open one year later
The magisterial inquiry into the alleged involvement of Andreina
US congressman uses meeting with Muscat as alibi in CNN case
Republican US congressman Devin Nunes is using a 2018
‘Slow progress’ on reforms to tackle money laundering and corruption
The European Commission has expressed concern over Malta’s ‘attractiveness’
European Commission raps Malta for failing to comply with fishing regulations
The European Commission has issued a letter of formal
Sham enforcement risks end of spring hunting season, vulnerable species hit
The chilling video (below) released by Birdlife Malta last
Over 20 press freedom NGOs present rule of law recommendations to Commission
The European Commission must effectively capture the challenges that
Outrage at ‘authoritarian’ Hungary after parliament endorses Emergency Bill
The Hungarian Parliament’s approval of a controversial emergency bill
Report slams ‘weak’ response by Identity Malta on shady passport clients
Malta’s lack of enforcement in the highly-controversial Individual Investor
EU legislation must cover everybody affected by SLAPP – 27 NGOs
Twenty-seven international organisations have written to European Commissioner Vice
Strengthening media freedom a ‘key dimension’ of democracy action plan – Commission Vice President
Vera Jourová, Vice President of the European Commission for