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Jurgen Balzan joined MaltaToday in 2011, specialising in politics, foreign affairs, migration and parliamentary affairs. He was formerly a political activist in Alternattiva Demokratika - the Green Party, and also an activist with Moviment Graffitti.
Marriage equality not limited to same-sex couples
National 27-06

Policy chief Silvan Agius explained that the amendments will not only take into account the rights of homosexuals, but also those of heterosexuals

What will happen to EU citizens after Brexit?
Europe 26-06

British Prime Minister Theresa May reassured European leaders that none of the three million EU citizens currently living in Britain would have to leave in the wake of the country’s departure from the bloc

Teachers to vote for new union boss today
National 22-06

For the first time in 12 years, the president of Malta's oldest trade union will be decided by a vote among the 9,000 members today

PN retains fewer MPs than Labour since 2008
National 20-06

A comparative analysis of MPs elected since 2008 shows that the PN has retained fewer MPs than Labour since it last won an election

Fearne, Dalli and Scicluna eyeing Labour deputy leader post
National 18-06

Who will be the next deputy prime minister?

President warns scourge of modern slavery cannot be tolerated
National 14-06

We pretend that slavery is a thing of the past, or that it is a shameful part of humanity’s history which we can afford to put behind us, President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca says

Labour to have seven-seat majority
Election 2017 07-06

The new Labour government will have a seven-seat majority in parliament after the counting process was concluded yesterday

Busuttil tells PN supports to be proud, new leader by September
Election 2017 06-06

New PN leader to be elected by all paying members in September, an emotional Simon Busuttil

Campaign reaches new digital heights
Election 2017 06-06

This year’s electoral campaign has seen political parties invest heavily in online campaigning, with Facebook being the main battleground

Busuttil is not giving any press conference after suffering staggering defeat
Election 2017 04-06

PN leader Simon Busuttil fails to show up in Naxxar counting hall and no press conference planned

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