Sandro Chetcuti had office on fourth floor of PL’s HQ – Anġlu Farrugia
Head of Malta Developer’s Association Sandro Chetcuti had an
No implementation of Council of Europe recommendations on journalists’ safety
Council of Europe recommendations to improve the safety of
Who said what on The Shift? The 10 most memorable quotes from 2019
1. “The best way to protect journalists is to
Justice Minister wanted Caruana Galizia family to accept Judge Mizzi on inquiry board
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici told the family of murdered
‘The only support Daphne had was from her readers’ – Michael Vella
Updated with the testimony of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family
Rights groups cautiously welcome public inquiry into journalist’s death
Nine international press freedom and human rights groups have
‘Daphne’s legacy in Malta has yet to be secured’ – Pieter Omtzigt
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt expressed his “deepest admiration and
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
The inquiry of forking paths
All eyes have been on the Board members of
‘Hope was killed last night’ – Caruana Galizia family demands meeting with Prime Minister
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s heirs have requested a meeting with
Diverting public attention from the story that won’t die
In the make-belief land of Malta, perception matters more
‘When a journalist dies, a whole chunk of democracy dies’ – Sandro Ruotolo
Renowned Italian journalist Sandro Ruotolo has condemned the Maltese
UK Foreign Affairs Committee applies pressure for independent public inquiry
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s “death should set a precedent for
‘Focus on the cause, not the symptom’ – Reporters Without Borders UK bureau chief
Attention should be focussed on how to achieve justice
The pen that stung the Republic
A glimpse of a small arm tattoo recently took
Individuals target Daphne Caruana Galizia protest memorial
The portrait of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, placed at
UK Foreign Office welcomes ‘Malta’s commitment to a public inquiry’
The UK Foreign Office seems to have missed the
A public inquiry judges us, not the assassins
So, the Foreign Minister, Carmelo Abela, states that the
‘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
Land of contradictions
The United States has often been called the “land
Impunity is the name of the game
The closing remarks of the Council of Europe’s Special
Amnesty delivers 45,000 signatures calling for ‘justice for Daphne’
Amnesty International Italy delivered over 45,000 signatures to the
Malta government only paying ‘lip service’ to its human rights obligations, UN hears
Leading international press freedom and human rights organisations raised
‘It is when institutions fail that journalists become vulnerable’
Journalists who unearth wrongdoing are endangered when the institutions
Activist group Il-Kenniesa will run the Malta marathon in aid of The Shift
Activist group Il-Kenniesa will again be running the Malta
Love locks for your country, truth and justice
Activist group Kenniesa placed 40 poinsettias at the foot
Venice Commission report critical of government’s intolerance of criticism
The Venice Commission insisted in its report published today