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jurgen

Jurgen
Balzan

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.
Retail giant PG Group plans €25 million share issue
Business News 15-03

PG Group, which among others owns the PAVI and PAMA supermarkets, and Zara franchise, to dispose of 25% of company shareholding

‘Busuttil broke code of silence’ – Opposition MPs
National 13-03

Opposition MPs told MaltaToday the party’s chances of winning the election were dealt a heavy blow by Simon Busuttil’s gamble, which exposed the extent of ties between big business and politics

Labour, PN unite in calling for change to draconian law
National 08-03

27,019 signatures collected in two weeks in calling to change law which saw woman given five-year jail sentence over involuntary killing in traffic accident 

Labour: Busuttil acted too late on de Marco's conflict of interest
National 08-03

Why did it take PN leader Simon Busuttil so long to realise that Mario de Marco had a conflict of interest, Edward Zammit Lewis asks

 

‘Women are held to higher standards than men’
Interview 08-03

Women’s representation in various leadership positions in Malta is negligible – even though women make up 51% of the population. Amy Camilleri Zahra tells Jurgen Balzan about this democratic deficit

President urges parties to use innovative methods to encourage women participation in politics
National 07-03

Women cannot be absent from policymaking and decision-taking processes, resident Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca says

Government mum on refusal to release body of Frederick Ofosu
National 06-03

The government has yet to explain why the body of Ghanaian asylum seeker Frederick Ofosu has not been released, two weeks after his suicide

Making Maltese roads great again... with new pothole app
Technology 02-03

A new app will allow people to snap a photo of a pothole, and send it together with the location and if need be a comment to the local council responsible for the road

Born without statehood: what it means to be stateless
National 24-02

Government is being urged to grant citizenship to stateless minors born in Malta, whose laws deny them citizenship despite being born in our land

‘PN government will repeal proposed Media Act’ – De Marco
National 22-02

Nationalist Party deputy leader calls on government to discuss proposal to include four Constitutional amendments to guarantee digital rights.

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