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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.
Marlene Farrugia eyeing fifth and seventh districts
National 19-04

PD leader Marlene Farrugia wants to contest fifth and seventh districts on PN ticket

Fugitive denies abortion allegations, but admits punching pregnant woman
National 18-04

The Libyan fugitive who allegedly attempted to perform an abortion on his partner in a Swieqi home has denied the accusations, but told a Libyan newspaper that he “punched” the woman in the stomach

White Rocks project hits the rocks
National 16-04

White Rocks luxury real estate development plans stall as government and consortium fail to agree on a price for the transfer of land

GPD confirms fishing co-op presented incorrect invoices in court
National 12-04

The Government Property Department has confirmed that the Ghaqda Koperattiva tas-Sajd presented incorrect invoices in court

Nationalist MPs learnt of coalition agreement through media
National 10-04

PN deputy leaders not involved in negotiations with Marlene Farrugia’s Democratic Party

Sant warns European values struggling to cope with ethical and social tensions
Europe 07-04

We must update our values to respond to hate speech, populism and fake news, Alfred Sant tells European Parliament

[WATCH] Busuttil: Parties shouldn’t be ‘investigated and judged’ by Electoral Commission
National 06-04

Four electoral commissioners appointed by the opposition tell President that investigation over PN financing is anti-Constitutional

Businessman gets raw deal as fishing co-operative defies Lands Authority eviction
National 04-04

A fisheries company is being evicted from what turned out to be an illegal sub-lease, yet the cooperative that rented out the place in the first place has not yet been kicked out despite an order by the Lands Department in 2015

In Malta speech, Hungary PM Orban warns against ‘invasion of Muslim migrants’
Europe 30-03

Populist and authoritarian Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban tells EPP congress in Malta that EU must change to safeguard family values and Christianity: “We should not be afraid of being called populists.”

Busuttil warns populism is no solution to Europe’s woes
Europe 29-03

PN leader Simon Busuttil welcomes 1,500 delegates participating in European People’s Party congress, says populism threatens EU’s achievements in 60 years

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