This is how today's Leader on The Sunday Times starts: "Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s first reaction to the Daphne Project revelations – urging Labour supporters to attend the party’s May Day celebrations in large numbers – was outrageous. It is the sort of thing one would expect from an authoritarian leader who only pays lip [...]
From my piece in The Sunday Times today: "Will your presence in Valletta add up to a crowd that compares favourably with Labour’s sea of angry zealots? No. Do you need it to? No. Should you rather stay at home? No. Because this country belongs to you too and even as they ride roughshod over [...]
From Kristina Chetcuti's piece in The Sunday Times today: "The reality is that the government that drowns protest is betraying its fundamental commitments to the constitutional governance. This is exactly how democracies die. And this is what is happening." Read the full piece here.
Guest post by D.M.: To live without strings A pat on the back With a grin on the side. Shameless in their interest, And whatever else they hide. In boasts of a majority Lies secret their intent. The corruption that they bathe in, Is to them a compliment. They watch and wait for your reaction; [...]
Guest post by Andrew Borg Cardona: If you’re sick of the stench of corruption and vileness that has enveloped the country since Joseph Muscat scuttled up the steps to Castille, you know where you need to be on Sunday afternoon. If you’re sick of the ignorance and outright thuggishness that have become the standard form [...]