Robert Abela on inquiries

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2020-10-23T14:56:06+02:00Fri, 23rd Oct '20, 14:56|

It is disgraceful to hear the prime minister speak of public inquiries as if they were some alien and disruptive “game” that messes about with institutional due process. Inquiries are set up under the Inquiries Act that has been part of our laws since 1977. The Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry is unprecedented because it is [...]

GUEST POST: Mr Prime Minister, shall we blame Metsola and Casa for this too?

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2020-10-23T14:15:00+02:00Fri, 23rd Oct '20, 14:15|

According to Ernst and Young (Malta)’s foreign investment attractiveness survey, published last Tuesday, the lack of stability in the political environment has gone from once being a leading factor in drawing investors to the island, to now being viewed as a drawback. Malta’s attractiveness to foreign investors is at its lowest-ever level since data started [...]

Repubblika publishes proposals for a national anti-racism policy

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2020-10-23T10:23:47+02:00Fri, 23rd Oct '20, 11:25|

Repubblika responded today to a call made a few days ago by Parliamentary Secretary Rosianne Cutajar for recommendations to go into a national anti-racism and anti-xenophobia policy that still needs to be drawn up. Repubblika submitted 17 proposals summarised in this short video: In its response to Parliamentary Secretary Rosianne Cutajar's call, Repubblika pointed out [...]