Transparency International calls out European Parliament on failure to investigate Azerbaijan bribes
In a letter sent to European Parliament today, Transparency
EU lawmakers propose new whistleblower protection law
MEPs have agreed to introduce new legal mechanisms to protect
Fake news portal behind attack on MEP Ana Gomes
The source of allegations on Socialist MEP Ana Gomes
Roberta Metsola to lead new EU borders law
Maltese MEP Roberta Metsola has been tasked by the
MEPs call for outright ban of neo-Nazi and neo-fascist groups in Europe
MEPs have overwhelmingly voted in favour of banning Neo-Nazi
Ukrainian film director awarded Sakharov Prize
Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov has been awarded this
European Commission warns member states must do more to ‘uphold and enforce’ rule of law
The European Commission has warned that EU member states
Portrait of Daphne Caruana Galizia unveiled in European Parliament
Danish artist Marie Louise Kold was in Sweden on
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The government undermines civil society by directly suppressing freedom
‘Government cannot redeem itself by arresting three hitmen’ – Matthew Caruana Galizia 
The Maltese government cannot redeem itself by arresting three
‘If journalists are silenced, so is democracy’, European Commission warns
The European Commission has once again called for “the
Turkey loses €70 million in pre-accession EU funds over democracy shortfalls
Turkey’s failure to meet conditions to improve rule of
European court refuses access to MEPs’ expenses
The European Court of Justice confirmed a decision refusing
MEPs note Maltese authorities’ reluctance to launch investigations
MEPs investigating the rule of law in Malta fear
MEPs concerned about impunity and corruption in Slovakia
Civil Liberties MEPs said they are concerned by corruption,
Hungary vote: ‘Politics of hope over the politics of fear’
The Dutch MEP who spearheaded the report that triggered
European Parliament approves start of proceedings against Hungary
The European Parliament voted in favour of initiating Article
Metsola welcomes new EU funds to support investigative journalism
In the wake of the horrific assassinations of journalists
Labour is the eternal underdog, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
Azerbaijan should free political prisoners before closing EU deal
Index on Censorship welcomed a European Parliament recommendation for
Racism, a symptom of something worse
In 1995, Umberto Eco gave a lecture outlining Ur-Fascism,
European Parliament votes in favour of improvements to work-life balance
Being able to take 10 paid days of paternity
Maltese fathers could benefit from 10 days of paid paternal leave
The Work Life Balance Directive currently being negotiated by
NGOS helping migrants should not be punished – European Parliament
Individuals and NGOs offering humanitarian assistance to migrants through
EP President dedicates journalism award to Daphne Caruana Galizia
During an international journalism awards ceremony held in Sorrento,Italy,
‘The consequence for those who want to silence journalists must be public outrage’
If those wishing to silence journalists understand that the
European Parliament concerned about lack of progress in Daphne Caruana Galizia investigations
The European Parliament on Tuesday expressed its concern on
Maltese do it better 
MEPs investigating the rule of law in Malta expressed
Metsola: Cash-for-passports schemes undermine fight against corruption
The European Union cannot, on the one hand, pledge
The slow death of democracy and sovereignty 
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