#Ġustizzja: National Demonstration on Sunday

#Ġustizzja: National Demonstration on Sunday

Demonstration, organised by the Civil Society Network, starts at 4pm this Sunday at City Gate. You should really come. And if you intend to, say so in the comments below. Let him know what you think. And let other people who are decent and law-abiding and as disgusted as you are by the rot and …

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LISTEN: Corruption advisor to UK government says FBI should be investigating corrupt politicians in Malta

LISTEN: Corruption advisor to UK government says FBI should be investigating corrupt politicians in Malta

BBC Radio 4 spoke this morning to Jonathan Benton who advised the British Prime Minister on corruption and headed the International Corruption Unit of the National Crime Agency about what he thought of Malta. In summary he says that “Malta has a serious problem of money laundering. You cannot have this scale of money laundering …

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The thin blue line

The thin blue line

Watching the sad spectacle of the Police Commissioner give a press conference seventy-two hours after the most heinous crime and the first ever successful political assassination in Maltese history brought on me the hysterical tearful laughter that only tragically depressive situations can cause. It looked like something from an Ed Wood film of a bungling …

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How can we explain?

How can we explain?

I have been speaking to many international journalists visiting Malta over the past 3 days. I have spoken to journalists from The Economist, Reuters, Sky, Liberation and other publications and news media who came here to report on the aftermath of the assassination of one they consider their own. Many of them flew in with …

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No, Joseph Muscat. Daphne did not criticise you: she accused you.

No, Joseph Muscat. Daphne did not criticise you: she accused you.

Joseph Muscat is indulging in his classic newspeak. He is spinning this story like the rapist who pleads to the judge “but her skirt was very short”. He told Christiane Amanpour on CNN, Daphne Caruana Galizia was “a harsh critic of (his)”. He then repeated that line in Parliament. He is seeking absolution in the …

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How Labour deals with journalists: “get rid of them”

How Labour deals with journalists: “get rid of them”

This exchange on Facebook between the so called honourable Silvio Schembri and Matthew Caruana Galizia happened on the eve of the last election. Matthew Caruana Galizia understood well what Silvio Schembri meant by “getting rid” of him. “How do you plan to do it,” Matthew Caruana Galizia asked Silvio Schembri. “By shooting me?” Transcript of …

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GUEST POST: This will happen again. Unless …

GUEST POST: This will happen again. Unless …

by Richard Theuma Whenever I open my web browser, the first thing I normally do is to guide the cursor towards the address bar and type in ‘Running Commentary.’ In spite of myself, I still do this even when I’m conscious that I’m doing it. It’s the first stage of grief: denial. I can’t say …

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