Electoral commission stonewalls questions about whether all candidates have filed expenditure reports
The Electoral Commission would not confirm whether all candidates
The rules of the game
There was nothing illegal about it. At least not
Trumpeted reform of court expert appointment process stalled since 2013
Almost a decade after government announced it would undertake
Labour knows
The Nationalist Party got thoroughly trashed in the last
A window into Mario Azzopardi’s dark, dark soul
Before I read the script for Mario Azzopardi’s foul
ADPD takes Electoral Commission, State Advocate to constitutional court over electoral discrimination
ADPD, Malta’s longest-standing alternative to PL and PN, held
The many elephants in the election room
On the eve of election day, I was out
Stonewalling politicians and word salad manifestos
One of the most striking aspects of Malta’s 2022
Traditional parties in difficulty as Labour endorsed by less than half voting population
While Labour celebrates its third consecutive victory at the
Over 100 billboards on 50km stretch, at least €670,000 spent on digital advertising
The Labour Party campaign dominates political advertising on both
How the public broadcaster is letting us down
If Television Malta (TVM) were your only source of
Home to roost – Blanche Gatt
The day after tomorrow, according to all the major
Do polls produce self-fulfilling prophecies?
As the electoral campaign comes to the end of
AFM Commander asks for loyalty to him not country – army veteran tells his story
Andrew Mallia’s resolute demeanour, his conviction of right and
The largest manifesto on record, stripped of the fluff: the essence of Labour’s proposals
After nine years of high-profile scandals, dozens of resignations
Revolving doors: how Konrad Mizzi’s chief of staff was shuffled around to a cosy position
Following disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi’s unceremonious expulsion from
First impressions: the governing party’s raft of electoral promises
In another instalment of The Shift’s 2022 elections series,
Joseph Muscat’s legacy of failure
As disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat pulls strings
Elections in Wonderland
We seem to have slipped through the looking glass
As Suisse Secrets scandal breaks, Labour’s election poster girl trumpets new role at Credit Suisse
In yet another seismic development in international finance and
Weaponising the vote
A reader has written to urge me to make
Mizzi taken to task by PAC, fails to answer questions over two hour sitting
Disgraced former energy minister Konrad Mizzi spent another two
Measure for measure
Consider this. In just one week three members of
The vandalism of distortion
“The PN has nothing to offer this country and
Former and current MPs milked OPM for ‘legal services’ worth €426,000 since 2017
A parliamentary question published on Wednesday revealed that the
Labour Party supporter charged with threatening, harassing prominent activists, writers, politicians
Labour Party supporter Joseph Mary Borg was remanded in
Sister of PM’s wife appointed to four different government boards since 2013
Alison Zerafa Civelli, the sister of the prime minister’s
Labour Party Secretary’s cousin awarded €722,994 in government contracts since 2013
Wilson Mifsud, the cousin of Labour Party Secretary William
Konrad Mizzi filibusters his way through second PAC appearance
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi again avoided answering any

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