Consuelo Herrera set the example. What will the government do?

2021-04-07T11:41:57+02:00Wed, 7th Apr '21, 11:41|

Judge Consuelo Scerri Herrera was asked by Vince Muscat il-Koħħu not to hear the case of the 2010 HSBC armed robbery because he has knowledge of the involvement of a sitting (and a former) cabinet minister. Vince Muscat has so far not identified who the sitting minister he has in mind is although suspicion inevitably [...]

Disgraced Joseph Cuschieri is still director of government-owned company

2021-04-07T10:41:45+02:00Wed, 7th Apr '21, 10:41|

Joseph Cuschieri, who resigned in disgrace from his post as head of the financial services authority after the press exposed a tryst in Las Vegas with Yorgen Fenech, is still the director of a government-owned company. The Malta Business Registry lists Joseph Cuschieri as one of three government-appointed directors of Safe City Limited. But the [...]

Of passport professors and kings

2021-04-07T07:49:13+02:00Wed, 7th Apr '21, 07:49|

Dutch journalist Siebe Sietsma won well-deserved awards last year for his first film on the worldwide passports trade. Follow this update (which you can watch with English subtitles and without the need of watching the first film) that highlights the flimsy legal basis that Malta’s government has used and continues to use to flog our [...]

Did not age well

2021-04-07T07:16:27+02:00Wed, 7th Apr '21, 07:16|

A classic trope of the zombie apocalypse movie is dropping ironic mementoes from the time before the world went mad that expose the lack of foresight and mindless optimism as society blindly ran into a wall. You know the line. Man proposes. God laughs. Here's some mindless optimism from just some weeks ago. They haven't [...]

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