When Lawrence Cutajar thought of resigning. And when he changed his mind.

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2018-12-18T18:19:43+00:00Tue, 18th Dec '18, 18:19|

How does one say this nicely? Let’s just say Lawrence Cutajar would not be the likely choice in a casting for a cop-show looking for a chief of police that inspires sobriety, confidence, balance and hard-nosed, indefatigable determination to fight and defeat crime. If Lawrence Cutajar played NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, binge watching [...]

“One man rule”

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2018-12-18T17:27:56+00:00Tue, 18th Dec '18, 17:27|

This assessment of the implications of the Venice Commission report published today on the euObserver is probably as good as any you’ll read. It presents the problem of hesitation for those at the EU who could do something about this because Joseph Muscat argues that the weaknesses in Malta’s constitutional makeup are a problem handed [...]

Appeals court confirms decision: Labour’s Aaron Farrugia lied about Daphne Caruana Galizia, Peter Caruana Galizia and Andrew Borg Cardona

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2018-12-18T15:05:04+00:00Tue, 18th Dec '18, 12:40|

The Appellate Court presided by Judge Anthony Ellul turned down an appeal by Labour apparatchik Aaron Farrugia who had been condemned by a lower court to pay Peter Caruana Galizia, Andrew Borg Cardona and the heirs of Daphne Caruana Galizia damages for libel. Aaron Farrugia posted on his Facebook and Twitter accounts a lie published [...]

Truth and Justice: Alessandra Dee Crespo

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2018-12-18T07:34:21+00:00Tue, 18th Dec '18, 07:34|

https://youtu.be/aEHxe5A8U_0 For the past week this monument behind me has been the theatre where ultra-partisan pro-government supporters felt entitled and emboldened to harass and assault people daring to place flowers and candles for truth and justice.  Contrary to the relentless propaganda pushed the government of Joseph Muscat and his fanatical supporters, this particular monument was [...]

Truth and Justice: Mark Anthony Borg

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2018-12-18T07:32:43+00:00Tue, 18th Dec '18, 07:32|

https://youtu.be/-zkHIZXayeQ I am an 18-year-old student at University. On most days, I consider my generation to be fortunate enough to be able to get a free higher education of our choice. Yet, I never thought I’d be standing here having to defend our most basic fundamental human rights - starting with our right to freedom [...]

Truth and Justice: Rachel Williams

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2018-12-18T07:30:27+00:00Tue, 18th Dec '18, 07:30|

https://youtu.be/6_ZjgMdMNww Rosa Parks, b’att sempliċi, waħedha, b’dinjita’ u bit-tlett kelmiet ‘No, I’m not’, irrifjutat li tagħti postha lil persuna ta’ karneġġjon bajda fuq tal-linja. Kollha nafu x’ġara wara. Revoluzzjoni sħiħa, mibdija minn mara li kienet xebgħet tiġi meqjusa bħala ċittadina second class, bla moħħ, bi drittijiet inqas minn ħaddiehor. Hi stqarret li  ‘No, the only [...]

Truth and Justice: Julian Delia

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2018-12-18T07:22:09+00:00Tue, 18th Dec '18, 07:19|

https://youtu.be/hemM-4GlvmA The web, made of honey, With a goal and purpose that will leave you gasping. We advertise the country like it’s heaven on earth, We speculate without measure, the land of waste and excess. They come, they come looking for a better life, Thinking they’ll find wealth, maybe taste caviar; Little do they know [...]