First impressions: the governing party’s raft of electoral promises
In another instalment of The Shift’s 2022 elections series,
Manifestos vs voter concerns: does the PN square up?
In the context of yet another election dominated by
The big manifesto crunch: what are parties in opposition proposing?
In the interest of preserving The Shift’s role as
Elections in Wonderland
We seem to have slipped through the looking glass
Weaponising the vote
A reader has written to urge me to make
It’s not about money
The government has no intention of debating the Opposition’s
Stream of congratulations for Roberta Metsola, European parliament’s new president
After a plenary session which saw Maltese MEP and
Measure for measure
Consider this. In just one week three members of
Finance minister conceals last three years of Air Malta accounts, previously always made public
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana has repeatedly refused to answer
Underwhelming Asset Recovery Bureau has seized just €18,000 since 2020
The Asset Recovery Bureau (ARB), initially set up in
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
Wrecking the PN’s chances
If the PN continues to ignore Bernard Grech’s weak
Konrad Mizzi filibusters his way through second PAC appearance
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi again avoided answering any
Coral Mizzi
Corals just look dead but they’re alive.  The most
Absolution by the masses
I find myself regularly returning to the subject of
PN files judicial protest against government over ‘fraudulent and corrupt’ Steward Healthcare deal
The Nationalist Party announced in a press conference held
Government is ‘denying reality’ on Steward Health Care deal
Opposition MP Adrian Delia on Monday accused the government
Heroes with feet of clay
Do they really not get it, all those “prosit
Nation in disbelief over ‘obscene’ news of injured worker dumped on pavement
After the publication of shocking images of a terrified
Forty-seven months
It’s been almost four years since the brutal assassination
Musical chairs at Electoral Commission as political parties prepare for looming elections
Several new faces reflecting the recent leadership changes at
Voters held to ransom
As speculation about a possible November election intensifies, the
‘Run, rabbit, run’
Just as we began to digest the conclusions of
Heading straight for the brick wall
That famous ‘40,000’. According to The Times’ survey published
Delay, disrupt, distract: the oil scandal case stumbles on PL’s favourite tactics
Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti last week issued a blistering

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