Look how positive

2022-04-05T17:21:20+02:00Tue, 5th Apr '22, 13:52|

This morning I wrote about Michael Falzon, the bitter and angry former Nationalist minister who’s all over Facebook because he’s looking forward to a play that mocks Daphne Caruana Galizia. He’s just written an article saying the PN is suffering the consequences of allowing Repubblika to exist. The line is being repeated like an existential [...]

Not so strange bedfellows

2022-04-05T11:12:31+02:00Tue, 5th Apr '22, 11:12|

This article is about Michael Falzon. That’s not the mild Labour minister from Sliema who likes fireworks, but the former PN minister exposed by journalists for dodging taxes and, probably, stashing bribes he collected when he was a government minister. He is lapping at the ankles of Mario Azzopardi the playwright like a man-whore, transparently [...]

Inconstant Pardoner

2022-04-05T09:26:52+02:00Tue, 5th Apr '22, 09:26|

Photo: Jonathan Attard with Chris Cardona (Miguela Xuereb/Newsbook) George and Alfred Degiorgio have filed yet another constitutional complaint, this time insisting that their umpteenth request for a presidential pardon is given a fair hearing. I have slightly more sympathy for their plea than I would for a meteor about to hit earth and [...]

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