The Malta Independent 1 May 2017, Monday


Signs of an election season

Sunday, 30 April 2017, 11:00 Last update: about 15 hours ago Noel Grima

We can see signs of an impending election all around us.  The other day I saw candidates going round on house visits, groups of men walking purposefully together, while all around us we can hear...

Reflecting political diversity

Sunday, 30 April 2017, 10:30 Last update: about 15 hours ago Carmel Cacopardo

On Friday afternoon, delegations from Alternattiva Demokratika and Partit Nazzjonalista met to discuss whether – and if so to what extent – it would be possible to forge a pre-electoral...

After nine years, justice prevails

Sunday, 30 April 2017, 10:05 Last update: about 16 hours ago Alice Taylor

For those who follow my articles, you may recall one from two months ago that told the story of a Dutch citizen who has spent the last nine years of his life on bail in Malta, under the charge of...

The walls of Jericho

Saturday, 29 April 2017, 08:21 Last update: about 1 day ago Rachel Borg

Dr Simon Busuttil has gone to the crux of the matter in calling for not just the resignation of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, but in declaring above all that he is not fit for public office and should...

Type in love, type out hate - the message

Friday, 28 April 2017, 16:34 Last update: about 2 days ago Marlene Mizzi

The whole world is still desperately trying to come to terms with the vast and dangerous challenges that continue to ricochet off the World Wide Web, creating an array of social and personal dilemmas...

It’s election time

Friday, 28 April 2017, 11:45 Last update: about 2 days ago Salvu Mallia

Nationalist Party candidate Salvu Mallia today speaks about speculation regarding the date of the election, saying that now is the time to review what happened in the past four years and see whether...

Muscat’s hubris

Friday, 28 April 2017, 08:32 Last update: about 2 days ago Claudette Buttigieg

With every day that passes, we all wonder whether the current political mess can get any worse. Will this saga ever stop? The details, emerging from the pits of this seemingly never ending story,...

If they survive this, Malta won’t

Thursday, 27 April 2017, 11:18 Last update: about 3 days ago Daphne Caruana Galizia

The government is in meltdown, and it isn’t because of last week’s revelations about Egrant Inc. That was the catalyst, yes, but there would have been no catalytic effect had the situation...

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