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Michael
Falzon
Michael Falzon is a former government minister who served under several Nationalist administrations.
Blogs 23-08

With the Maltese rental market in an unprecedented boom, the number of problems with tenants not abiding by their tenancy agreement is bound to increase

Blogs 16-08

One of the secrets behind Muscat’s economic success is that rather than ditching whatever the previous administration did in the economic sector they continued to build upon it

Blogs 09-08

The intriguing question is not whether the pill causes an abortion but how the hell did the seemingly never-ending argument about it start in the first place

Blogs 02-08

Muscat must be plotting his strategy for the next 18 months – a strategy that will probably show him aiming at fulfilling those electoral promises that he so rashly ignored during his first years in office

Blogs 26-07

Erdogan’s savage reaction to the attempted coup led some to believe that the coup was a fake, a staged affair

Blogs 19-07

The news about the setting up of a Lands Authority is welcome, even though the Opposition has adopted a negative attitude towards the bill

Blogs 12-07

The old chestnut of foreigners ‘invading our country and taking our jobs’ hides the ugliness of bigotry posing as patriotism, and it is no coincidence that it is the clarion call of both the Maltese ‘patriots’ and the Brexiters in the UK

Blogs 05-07

It is worth looking into how different parties choose their leader. No one seems to have found the ‘ideal’ solution

Blogs 28-06

Economy minister Chris Cardona seemed to contradict himself with his declaration of wanting to be a bridge builder while threatening political adversaries with a metaphorical axe and a metaphorical hammer

Blogs 21-06

Two and a half years after the Justice Reform Commission finalised its recommendations, most of them are gathering dust

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