Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
PACE hands over reports to public inquiry on Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
The Chair of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council
New law proposed weakens lawyers’ accountability and fails to raise standards
The Chamber of Advocates has expressed dismay about a
Gavin Gulia’s swift resignation as MP ‘another argument in favour of need for parliamentary reform’
Malta Tourism Authority Chairman Gavin Gulia’s resignation within hours
Council of Europe warns Maltese government to stop delaying reforms for justice and rule of law
The government does not intend to address loopholes that
Beyond the posturing
The Council of Europe has called on the Maltese
Venice Commission ‘disappointed’ as it unpicks ‘rushed’ rule of law reform
The Venice Commission said in its latest Opinion last
Masks, lies and gifts
Prime Minister Robert Abela chose to wear a mask
A call for wider, deeper reforms in Venice Commission’s guarded opinion
In an 18-page report filled with caveats, subtleties and
Opposition and civil society raise the stakes on rule of law reforms
In a move that raises the stakes on rule
Lessons from Babylon
Here’s a lesson from 2,800 years ago for anyone
Government inaction fuelling human trafficking and modern slavery in Malta
Fake massage parlours operating as thinly-veiled brothels are spreading
Constitutional reform: The case for a process led by citizens
Guest commentary by Marion Pace Asciak, President NGO Repubblika
‘We were never more proud of her than on the day she was murdered’
His mother’s fight against corruption highlighted the need for