GUEST SERIES: Malta politics, past, present and future (10)

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2019-05-07T08:01:21+02:00Tue, 14th May '19, 17:38|

Continues from yesterday's article on 'the role of capital'. Enter into the scene the inflated pretender Joseph Muscat. He inherited a country with strong economic foundations thanks to the work done by previous Nationalist administrations. At the time of the administration change, the economy was in the process of rebounding skywards because the world recession [...]

We should know what he knows.

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2019-05-14T14:56:28+02:00Tue, 14th May '19, 14:56|

The Court turned down Adrian Delia’s complaints that in refusing him a copy of the Egrant inquiry report, the Attorney General denied him his rights to express himself as a watchdog of government or discriminated against him by treating the Labour Party differently and favourably compared with how he treated the Nationalist Party. Adrian Delia [...]