Egrant inquiry: Does the public have the right to know?
The court today denied the Opposition Leader’s request to
Impunity reigns in the realm of ‘il-King’
Joseph Muscat hasn’t saved a cent in the past
Turkish court drops prison sentence against Paradise Papers journalist
An Appeals Court in Turkey has overturned the prison
‘One day, justice will be done’
Magistrate Doreen Clarke has ordered an inquiry into the
Politics in Malta: doing favours, winning friends
The late Labour Party strongman, and former Prime Minister
Malta loses points for political rights and civil liberties in Freedom House report
Malta has come under criticism for the “inefficiency” of
Too many errors of judgment
We’ve heard this line before: as long as nothing
‘We may not know who killed Daphne, we do know what killed her’
This was the reaction of lawyer and academic Justin
MEPs vote for change in ‘tax haven’ Malta, phasing out of cash for passports
The European Parliament voted in favour of measures proposed
Malta, money laundering and a murdered journalist: Too little, too late?
Leading German news platform Deutsche Welle has described Malta’s
Probe reveals over €2 million in direct orders to Panama Papers’ firm in Malta
The firm that set up the Panama companies for
Malta’s lack of action on Panama Papers leading to backlash against journalists
Malta’s treatment of journalists and its attitude to media
Reporters Without Borders condemns latest threat against The Shift News
A new threat of possible legal action against Malta-based
Panama objects to its inclusion in EU money-laundering blacklist as “unfair”
Panama has said its inclusion in an EU blacklist
‘Strong support’ at European Parliament for phasing out cash-for-passport schemes
EU lawmakers have strongly recommended the phasing out of
The elephant in the room
A video that went viral today on social media
EP vote condemns Malta’s inaction on corruption, crime and protection of journalists
The European Parliamentary Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and
Googling Joseph Muscat
It was a point of honour, Joseph Muscat said
EP Special Committee on Financial Crimes to focus on Malta
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici will appear before the European
Shut up and be positive
Just when you thought you’d heard it all –
Disinformation Watch #30: Corruption is no ‘perception’
Malta has seen the sharpest decline in its Corruption
The world reacts while Malta continues to look the other way
The very first person to be charged in the
Investment banker extradited for helping clients defraud tax authorities
A former employee of Mossack Fonesca has been extradited
‘We don’t need to wait for a total collapse to fight corruption’ – Matthew Caruana Galizia
International law enforcement is not keeping up with global
An epidemic of shamelessness
Konrad Mizzi, the Minister who negotiated the deal with
MEPs back plan to freeze funds for countries who undermine rule of law
The European Parliament has backed the European Commission’s proposal
Liberal laws, illiberal uses
A lot has been said about the judge, Giovanni
Judge Grixti’s Catch-22
Konrad Mizzi, the government and anybody with an interest
Answers we are hoping for in 2019
2018 has been an interesting year full of scandal,
Bedingfield has ‘no concerns’ about corruption in Malta
Labour MP Glenn Bedingfield does not have any concerns

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