Malta: zero progress in implementing the Whistleblower Directive
Malta is one of six European countries that have
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s public inquiry: what we know and what we don’t
The grief of a family and its sustained campaign
Former FIAU investigator Jonathan Ferris testifies in public inquiry
Former Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit investigator Jonathan Ferris today
They killed a journalist and created a monster
You have to ask what motivates a man to
‘A historic day for those who wish to expose corruption and wrongdoing’
The vote in the European Parliament yesterday for increased
Hurling down the accuser 
‘Vindicate’ and ‘vindictive’ are two words commonly confused. Although
Directive on whistleblower protection submitted to the Commission
Whistleblowers’ reports should be quickly and seriously investigated and
Edward Scicluna must go
Brussels has warned Malta it would face court action
Francis Zammit Dimech: Whistleblower protection benefits all EU citizens 
MEP Francis Zammit Dimech has been entrusted by the
I ask, therefore I am
‘If YOUR baby was going into hospital for an
Sectarianism only strengthens democracy by the mighty for the mighty
Government’s line of defence, especially when faced by international
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat ‘stonewalls’ request for whistleblower protection for anti-money laundering investigator
Anti-money laundering investigator Jonathan Ferris continues to be denied
Arrest of Pilatus Bank chairman ‘the beginning of the end’ – Jonathan Ferris
The arrest of Pilatus Bank chairman Ali Sadr Hashemi
Civil society organisations call for end of culture of impunity
Civil Society Network, Occupy Justice, il-Kenniesa and l-Awturi publicly
No whistleblower protection for anti-money laundering investigator
The shifting of goalposts that has occurred in the
John Dalli accuses MEPs of ‘turning into a lynching mob’
Former EU Commissioner John Dalli has accused MEPs of
The law should protect whistleblowers, not the government of the day
Government’s stance on granting whistleblower protection to former anti-money
MEP rule of law report: confirming our obvious demands
The main conclusion of  a European Parliament report by
Activists pressure minister on dismissals of key officials in Panama Papers investigations
Civil Society Network (CSN) has called on Finance Minister
Civil society demonstration to be held among growing concerns over rule of law in Malta
The third demonstration calling for justice for journalist Daphne
Carmelo Abela should resign
Carmelo Abela’s position as Malta’s Foreign Minister is no
Ferris should not be silenced
Jonathan Ferris, who was sacked from the Financial Intelligence