‘Impunity in any society erodes the rule of law’ – GRECO Executive Secretary
Malta needs an overall strategy and coherent risk-based approach
Who’s watching the watcher?
What if Yorgen Fenech decided to ask for a
Owen Bonnici’s shattered serenity
Owen Bonnici had a bad night. Why would he
Protestors flood Valletta demanding resignations and an end to impunity
Hundreds of people filled Castille Square in front of
Calls for the Prime Minister’s resignation after suspected mastermind arrested
Calls for the resignation of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
Schembri finally got his day in court, and he chose to run away
Well, that didn’t go very well, did it? In
Calls for Keith Schembri’s resignation after withdrawal of libel case on 17 Black
The Opposition and civil society organisations have called for
Two years of The Shift: Malta’s only newsroom funded by readers
The Shift is two years old. We want to
Judicial schizophrenia
Justice Joanne Vella Cuschieri has ruled that Malta Enterprise’s right
Cracks appear in the government’s piggy bank
Who thought extending ‘‘interest-free’ property loans to people who
Journalists should be pussycats not watchdogs
The implications of last week’s court decision by Judge
Helena Dalli approved as Equality Commissioner, ‘with reservations’
Helena Dalli has been approved as Equality Commissioner after
‘Someone connected to the Maltese government bears responsibility for her death’
Matthew Caruana Galizia described the scene of his mother’s
Diverting public attention from the story that won’t die
In the make-belief land of Malta, perception matters more
Writer of ‘The Laundromat’ calls Panama Papers ‘crimes against humanity’
Writer and producer Scott Z.Burns has called the findings
At least, we’re not Malta
We’re not Malta, fortunately. That was the sentiment expressed
On rights and abuse
In a video posted online on Saturday, Mario Portelli
Minister under investigation for money laundering says ‘it happens everywhere’
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has dismissed Malta’s money laundering
Can you hear it?
Guest commentary by Tom Welch “Can you hear it?
Ministers’ ‘abusive language’ against journalists in Malta reported as threat
The “abusive language in regard of The Shift News”
Cover your assets: Minister Konrad ‘I earn less but I spend more’ Mizzi
Ever since Panama Papers broke in 2016, Minister Konrad
Chameleon and leopard
He had it in his grasp, only to fall
Muscat protected his friends, not the national interest
While the Maltese government kept insisting that the Council
PACE adopts report on Malta
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)
Malta backed by Azerbaijan ahead of CoE vote
The call for a public inquiry into the assassination
It’s confidential: Ministers deny having access to Egrant inquiry
Ministers Chris Cardona, Konrad Mizzi and Edward Scicluna have
‘Inadvisable, underhand deal’ on Malta’s public hospitals
Minister Konrad Mizzi struck an “inadvisable, underhand deal with
UPDATED: International community reacts to scathing report on Malta
Updated to include the government’s reaction. “Evil tends to
The big clean up: Vitals closing offshore companies as inquiry looms
Recent company registry filings in Jersey show that Sri
‘What happens in Malta, stays in Malta’
“Letterbox companies, corruption, contract killings and restrictions on the

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