The President should steer clear of controversies: especially changes to the Constitution

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2019-03-06T13:54:12+01:00Wed, 6th Mar '19, 13:47|

The following is a statement issued today by Repubblika: Hours before the nomination of George Vella as President of Malta, we heard that his predecessor, Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, suspended the series of meetings she had been chairing of a committee made up of representatives nominated by Joseph Muscat and Adrian Delia to drive changes [...]

‘Journalistic’ concern with offensive flowers

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2019-03-06T14:03:42+01:00Wed, 6th Mar '19, 11:45|

News media from around the world reported with dismay, right up to this week, the government's evil campaign of daily removal of flowers, candles and protest messages left at the Great Siege memorial opposite the law courts. Not to be outdone, the world-respected, brave, intrepid, truth-seeking, fair-minded journalists at Super One are also covering this [...]

Ali Sadr instructed staff to hide his Iranian nationality as he prepared to set up Pilatus Bank

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2019-03-06T11:38:03+01:00Wed, 6th Mar '19, 11:38|

Ali Sadr Hasheminejad instructed staff to make sure his Iranian nationality and any other links to Iran were carefully concealed as he was setting up Pilatus Bank in Malta. This emerges from emails sent by Ali Sadr from his personal Gmail account that United States investigators recovered as part of their investigations in their case [...]