Chris Cardona’s memory

2018-10-25T22:54:03+02:00Thu, 25th Oct '18, 22:52|

Chris Cardona gave a controlled interview to Saviour Balzan today, perhaps making up for not answering questions from NBC about how well he knew a journalist's alleged assassins. Or maybe he was making up for the fact he's so far dodged testifying under oath to what he told Saviour Balzan today to avoid prosecution for [...]

Kasco having a good day

2018-10-25T17:49:59+02:00Thu, 25th Oct '18, 17:49|

When the Egrant inquiry came out Konrad Mizzi addressed his Ministry-bought camera full of glee saying the inquiry vindicated him. It had done nothing of the sort of course. It had nothing to do with him at all. No inquiry has been conducted into why he set up a Panama company, why he committed on [...]

I know I have to go

2018-10-25T16:29:55+02:00Thu, 25th Oct '18, 16:29|

Ernst & Young yesterday was policing Satabank on behalf of the Malta Financial Services Authority. It was also hosting a ‘Malta Attractiveness Seminar’ that heard how investors in Malta are becoming increasingly concerned about the stability and transparency of the island’s political, legal and regulatory environment. And it also published results of its survey among [...]

It’s quite simple.

2018-10-25T13:48:30+02:00Thu, 25th Oct '18, 13:48|

This article on The Atlantic was published yesterday. It discusses the work of the Daphne Project and the unique event of journalists from all over the world coming together to continue the work of one of their own killed in the line of duty. This particular feature contains something very rare. A response by our [...]

The push for change

2018-10-25T17:03:20+02:00Thu, 25th Oct '18, 13:42|

This article published a few days ago on the eve of the anniversary of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination was published on the website of the Freedom of the Press Foundation. The FPF is a non-profit organisation founded in 2012 to fund and support free speech and freedom of the press. Its mission includes “promoting and [...]

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