Over 20 press freedom NGOs present rule of law recommendations to Commission
The European Commission must effectively capture the challenges that
‘Judicial reform must be transparent’ – Vincent De Gaetano
Former European Court of Human Rights Judge Vincent De
Malta’s new version of Trump
On Palm Sunday, Prime Minister Robert Abela told people
Government sanctioned disobedience
As parallels continue to be made with wartime years,
The consequence of Joseph Muscat
Since Joseph Muscat came to power in 2013, with
Scandal games for quarantined kids
Social distancing, shop closures, and work from home have
Life before and after ‘the war’
It takes a very short moment of reflection to
‘Some are more equal than others’
Four years ago, Evarist Bartolo, then Education Minister, compared
A collapsing microstate
Watching Malta’s foreign minister squirm uncomfortably in reaction to
‘Who is protecting the murderers?’
After almost seven years of the Labour Party in
Miriam Pace didn’t deserve to die like this
The latest building collapse in Santa Venera is a
Not a gangster film — it just looks like one
Is there a single sector in Malta that isn’t
If this is ‘normality’…
Malta is back to normality. Not. A few days
Redefining ‘normality’
Within a few weeks of his election, Prime Minister
European Commission Vice President calls for full prosecution of politicians involved in journalists’ murders
European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova has called for
‘Rule of law requires strong institutions, active citizens, leaders who protect it’
“We cannot defend our values without the rule of
‘It’s an uphill battle, but it’s possible’
The “positive” meetings with the Maltese government were a
Michael Farrugia missed the memo
When someone asks whether you’re going to accept responsibility
A corrupting island in a corrupting sea
Malta may not be a Mafia State after all.
Maltese courts are a continental embarrassment
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) routinely trashes
European Commission urging Robert Abela to continue reforms ‘not enough’
European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen encouraging Prime
Well that didn’t last very long, did it?
Robert Abela cast a faint glow of hope during
Strengthening media freedom a ‘key dimension’ of democracy action plan – Commission Vice President
Vera Jourová, Vice President of the European Commission for
You’re about to reap what Joseph Muscat sowed
If you want to know the truth, read the
Keep an eye on fake news
To evaluate Robert Abela’s first week as Prime Minister,
Reporters Without Borders expects Abela to start office by ending impunity
International NGO Reporters Without Borders has called on Prime
Pieter Omtzigt’s Wikipedia page manipulated from Maltese ministry IP address
Dutch MP and Council of Europe Special Rapporteur Pieter
Just say no, Joseph
Just because someone offers you something doesn’t mean you
Brussels set to intervene on Malta after European Parliament’s resolution
The massive tally of votes garnered by the European
MEPs call for Joseph Muscat’s immediate resignation
The European Union is built on trust and on