Maltese academic appointed to European Commission Expert Group Against SLAPP
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet, whose research has been
Decree in Yorgen Fenech case has chilling effect on freedom of expression
Last Monday’s decree handed down by magistrate Rachel Montebello
No bank monitoring orders between 2015 and 2018 – Council of Europe report
The authorities in Malta are failing to regularly use
Refugee Commissioner silent about offshore detention of migrants
Refugee Commissioner Roberta Buhagiar has not said whether she
The justice system is on trial, and getting a ‘Fail’
The courtroom drama in the compilation of evidence in
Weaponisation of the law suppressing scrutiny of power
Over 25 press freedom organisations have written to the
Rule of law reforms reflect Prime Minister’s reluctance to shift power
If first impressions count, then the first impression of
European Court of Human Rights rules against Malta in majority of cases
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has ruled
Attorney General acted ‘irresponsibly’ on Egrant inquiry – Vincent De Gaetano
The publication of the Egrant inquiry report has raised
Return of the Middle Ages
They are the best of times, they are the
European Banking Authority calls for more rules on crypto assets
The banking watchdog of the European Union said last
Love locks for your country, truth and justice
Activist group Kenniesa placed 40 poinsettias at the foot