Day: October 21, 2017

Malta bans Sicilian anti-Mafia Senator for calling on Joseph Muscat to resign

Malta bans Sicilian anti-Mafia Senator for calling on Joseph Muscat to resign

The Maltese government has instructed the Italian government to drop Catanese Senator Mario Michele Giarruso from visiting Malta from Monday as part of a fact-finding mission of the Italian anti-mafia commission. Senator Mario Michele Giarruso called for Joseph Muscat’s government’s resignation for failing to protect the life of Daphne Caruana Galizia. And the Maltese government, …

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Losing the trust of Europe

Losing the trust of Europe

The picture of Malta in European chancelleries and in the corridors of Brussels is now changing. The shock of the bombing of a journalist in an EU member state has raised the attention of even the most inveterate sympathisers of Malta within the EU. Yesterday’s Financial Times (the online edition is by subscription so I …

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LAWRENCE GONZI: It is the responsibility of all of us to do something about this sorry state of affairs.

LAWRENCE GONZI: It is the responsibility of all of us to do something about this sorry state of affairs.

Please read Lawrence Gonzi’s article in today’s The Times. We are orphans. We are bereft of leaders, deprived of guidance from our political class. Whether because they are impenetrable under their marble cloak of smug self-assurance or because they are shivering at the precipice of a political abyss, our politicians are unwilling or unable to …

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Justice with change

Justice with change

Joseph Muscat offered to put down a million euro to reward information that leads to the conviction of those who pulled the trigger on the bomb that assassinated Daphne Caruana Galizia. His home affairs Minister said he gave the police a blank cheque to commit any resources they need to investigate her assassination. Matthew Caruana …

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