If you’re elite, don’t read this

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2018-05-08T17:42:49+00:00Tue, 8th May '18, 17:42|

Adrian Delia told the world last Sunday the PN will no longer be a party of elitists. Let’s try to understand what that means. Mark Anthony Falzon wrote last Sunday how Joseph Muscat tapped into the intuitive Labour mindset that perceives the protesters at the post-Daphne Caruana Galizia marches and vigils “shouting slogans in English” [...]

Brussels University Alliance awards Daphne Caruana Galizia and family Honorary Title for Freedom of Expression

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2018-05-08T11:19:04+00:00Tue, 8th May '18, 11:19|

The Brussels University Alliance has recognised Daphne Caruana and her family at their 2018 Difference Day event. The Honorary Title for Freedom of Expression is awarded to a journalist, writer, artist, cultural thinker or any other person, association or institution that has made a vital contribution to protect and promote freedom of thinking and expression [...]

Keith Schembri’s commercial scope

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2018-05-08T10:28:54+00:00Tue, 8th May '18, 10:28|

Keith Schembri’s retorts to revelations into his sordid financial affairs are sounding ever more irritated and as a consequence ever more irritating. Here’s his answer to this morning’s report on the Times of Malta that the British Virgin Islands authorities investigated his company there for money laundering, a fact we would never have learnt had [...]

Constitutional Court finds Justice Minister breached human rights

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2018-05-08T15:06:17+00:00Tue, 8th May '18, 08:58|

In a ruling on an application filed by former Enemalta Chairman Tancred Tabone, the Constitutional Court found that Justice Minister Owen Bonnici breached Tancred Tabone’s fundamental human rights as a result of a pronouncement he made during a Public Accounts Committee hearing in December 2013. In that hearing Minister Owen Bonnici commented during the deposition [...]