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Golden handshakes: double payouts for reinstated politicians
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Repubblika calls on Labour administration to ‘publish all government contracts since 2013’
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Playing into the hands of the underworld
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Pieter Omtzigt has requested that the Parliamentary Assembly of
Repubblika protest calls for Rosianne Cutajar’s resignation over Yorgen Fenech links
Protestors outside the office of Parliamentary Secretary Rosianne Cutajar
Damaging trust, causing harm
On 1 September the Commissioner for Standards in Public
Citizens correct government’s dismissal of slain journalist on Women’s Day
Civil society organisations Occupy Justice and Repubblika added Daphne
State-sponsored trolling continued even after Caruana Galizia’s death
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Democracy is not mob rule
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The march of the dark brigade
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Housewives, witches and prostitutes in parliament
Malta’s six members of the European Parliament are perfectly
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The Council of Europe’s Venice Commission, a body of
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Malta’s ‘most feminist government,’ as Joseph Muscat has sold
Let’s call hypocrisy by its name
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