Seven witnesses approved for next PAC hearing, call for ruling on police commissioner
In another Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing that ended
Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
Skeletons in the Cabinet: the stories ministers and parliamentary secretaries wish you’d forget
Fourteen members of the new government’s Cabinet – out
Out with some of the old
The new leaders have been appointed. These are the
Eye-watering avarice
“There were even occasions when we worked on a
Creating narratives with populist slogans
We used to think “waves are in the sea”
Mizzi denies involvement in absolving Electrogas of €40 million excise tax
In spite of disgraced former energy minister Konrad Mizzi’s
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
Standards committee publishes report on Justyne Caruana’s ‘abuse of power’
The parliamentary committee tasked with monitoring ethical breaches committed
On stupidity
“Having become a mindless tool, the stupid person will
Condemning one’s own narrative
It was ultimately more surprising that a government spokesperson
Electrogas shareholder Paul Apap Bologna returns to PAC in stormy, dislocated session
A confused, stormy Public Accounts Committee meeting that saw
Labour Party supporter charged with threatening, harassing prominent activists, writers, politicians
Labour Party supporter Joseph Mary Borg was remanded in
Malta’s standards joke
“The vote on the Standards Commissioner report was a
Konrad Mizzi presents belligerent defence of Electrogas project during stormy PAC meeting
Disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi began his testimony to
Construct Furniture shareholders awarded millions in government contracts since 2013
Construct Furniture, the company currently facing court proceedings over
Bedingfield’s banality
Why do ordinary people do appalling things? The political
The rule of delinquents confirmed
As Robert Abela, prime minister and former adviser to
Speaker and government block further witnesses on Standards Commissioner’s report on Cutajar
The parliamentary ethics committee voted in favour of forwarding
The great tax diversion
Rosianne Cutajar acted as a broker in a €3.1
Disinformation Watch: Fretting about the FATF
That the government was about to embark on a
Abusing the bereaved
Glenn Bedingfield, in his latest parliamentary streak of callousness,
Keeping things in check #1
Nuggets of disinformation by politicians and public figures are
Glenn Bedingfield swallowed his shoe
Poor Glenn Bedingfield got slapped down. Even Anglu Farrugia
Disinformation Watch: amplifying the absurd
It has been all of two weeks since the
Speaker shoots down Bedingfield’s ‘breach of privilege’ against The Shift
Glenn Bedingfield, doing the cute pooch to His Master’s
Disinformation Watch: Destroying standards
In a move that indicates just how unwilling Anġlu
Damaging trust, causing harm
On 1 September the Commissioner for Standards in Public

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