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Michael Falzon is a former government minister who served under several Nationalist administrations.
Blogs 27-01

As a result of Busuttil’s decision, come the next general election, bird hunting will no longer be an electoral issue for the first time in over 20 years – whatever the referendum result will be. This is to the PN’s advantage

Blogs 14-01

MPs that are government backbenchers or opposition members have the important role of keeping in touch with the people. Making them full-time employees of the state does not improve their performance in this role. In fact it makes it worse

Blogs 30-12

The nostalgic idea of a lost beautiful, pristine and untouched Malta in the past has also taken currency here.

Blogs 17-12

This is not to say that Muscat never made mistakes before, but that in this case he failed when he was tested on how he reacts to circumstances that were not of his own doing 

Blogs 02-12

The time has come for a national independent commission on the Police Force, on the way it works and how it assumes responsibilities from existing laws, and to recommend changes in laws and organisation

Blogs 18-11

It is obvious that the euphoria of Labour’s historic electoral victory is over and Joseph Muscat’s ministers have been re-dimensioned by the man in the street

Blogs 05-11

It is disturbing that the Muscat administration seems to have already lost the moral strength to stand its ground on unjustified demands

Blogs 21-10

When I tried to do something about the sore, I was left to burn my fingers alone. Perhaps I was naïve, but the truth is that I was slowly learning that votes come before principles

Blogs 07-10

Will this archaic attitude drag Joseph Muscat and George Vella down and hinder the needed change in the wording of Malta’s neutrality clause when there is obviously a bipartisan agreement on what this neutrality entails

Blogs 23-09

Today there are practically no differences between the PN and Labour on Malta’s status as a valid EU member, on foreign policy, on the importance of creating productive jobs in a social liberal economy and on the vital part that our education system plays in this goal