Omtzigt requests PACE committee to look into Rosianne Cutajar’s ‘conflict of interest’
Pieter Omtzigt has requested that the Parliamentary Assembly of
PACE hands over reports to public inquiry on Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
The Chair of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council
Azerbaijan and Tajikistan block renewal of OSCE media freedom representative
Harlem Désir, an influential figure who has worked fearlessly
Omtzigt backs call for Europol Joint Investigation Team
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt called on the Maltese authorities
Omtzigt calls on Justice Minister to publish results of inquiry into lawyer’s move to Fenech’s team
Special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has expressed his surprise and
The consequence of Joseph Muscat
Since Joseph Muscat came to power in 2013, with
Imprisoned Azerbaijani journalist who exposed corruption released early
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF)
Police commissioner should be chosen by parliament – Pieter Omtzigt
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has called on the Maltese
‘It’s an uphill battle, but it’s possible’
The “positive” meetings with the Maltese government were a
Prime Minister’s Office fails to answer on Omtzigt Wikipedia page modification
The Office of the Prime Minister has not replied
Who said what on The Shift? The 10 most memorable quotes from 2019
1. “The best way to protect journalists is to
Pieter Omtzigt calls out Joseph Muscat’s unfulfilled promise on Egrant inquiry
The demand for the full publication of the Egrant
‘The Maltese can get through this stronger, prouder than before’ – Omtzigt
The sudden, unexpected release without charge of the Prime
‘Daphne’s legacy in Malta has yet to be secured’ – Pieter Omtzigt
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt expressed his “deepest admiration and
Justice delayed: Report stresses need for concrete action on journalist’s death
The crucial need for a truly independent and impartial
A stillborn inquiry
This week British members of parliament railed against their
Government’s attack on Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt’s credibility ‘a concern’
The Maltese government’s “knee-jerk reaction” to attack the credibility
Public inquiry must be ‘fully independent’ and ‘impartial beyond question’
Updated to include the Caruana Galizia family’s reply to
‘Energetic support’ needed against impunity for attacks against journalists
International press freedom organisations have sent an open letter
‘When a journalist dies, a whole chunk of democracy dies’ – Sandro Ruotolo
Renowned Italian journalist Sandro Ruotolo has condemned the Maltese
Maltese government told ‘the world is watching’
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) have called the assassination of
‘Focus on the cause, not the symptom’ – Reporters Without Borders UK bureau chief
Attention should be focussed on how to achieve justice
Ministers’ ‘abusive language’ against journalists in Malta reported as threat
The “abusive language in regard of The Shift News”
‘Public inquiry will not impinge on ongoing criminal investigation’
Updated to include the statement by the Opposition. It
Online tracker reminds government it’s ‘time to do its job’
An online tracker of the three-month deadline set for
Whose line was it anyway?
Let’s play a game of “Whose Line Was It?”
Muscat protected his friends, not the national interest
While the Maltese government kept insisting that the Council
Worse than Mongolia but better than Germany
One fine February day, eight months before Daphne Caruana
With friends like Azerbaijan…
An op-ed by Rebecca Vincent, Reporters Without Borders UK
PACE adopts report on Malta
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)