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Michael
Falzon
Michael Falzon is a former government minister who served under several Nationalist administrations.
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

Blogs 09-09

What is interesting is that religion and religious differences have always been used as a justification for cruelty, even though most religions preach love and respect

Blogs 26-08

Joseph Muscat is known to have close relations with Matteo Renzi. Italy’s stance towards Malta on migration in the Mediterranean has radically changed. These are facts… This change in stance could be the result of Muscat having made some deal with Renzi concerning Malta’s SAR

Blogs 12-08

This ministerial behaviour is completely unorthodox and utterly unacceptable. Negotiations should only start after the preferred bidder is chosen by the evaluating committee and publicly announced

Blogs 29-07

Muscat had hinted at probable impending changes some time ago, just after the EP elections, saying that holding local elections frequently was a recurring expense that the country could save on and that voters were experiencing electoral fatigue

Blogs 15-07

The two political parties that allowed themselves to be swayed by the doctors’ lobby working in its own interest also used the project and the hospital to gain other brownie points in their short-sighted electoral wrestling matches.

Blogs 02-07

The real issue was not the undermining of Air Malta, but the undermining of the lucrative scheduled air traffic business when this should have been an important factor in the future of our tourism industry.

Blogs 17-06

The truth is that, over time, the state has been financing the housing of more people who do not deserve it than of those who do, because of their dire financial straits