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Ralph Cassar
3 May 2016, 9:26am

Air Malta was brought to its knees by a history of corrupt political system of favours-for-votes and rampant clientelism

Michael Falzon
3 May 2016, 8:29am

The Panama story fires people’s imagination more than Manuel Mallia’s appointment as minister of competitiveness. It could well be that Joseph Muscat did not realise as much

Raphael Vassallo
3 May 2016, 8:24am

Anyone outside that universe might conceivably be concerned with how a situation like Panamagate (or the equivalent in a non-political context) would pan out in the end. Not Joseph Muscat, though. He has absolutely nothing to worry about…

Martina Borg
27 April 2016, 7:26am

A question of priorities

Mark Scicluna
24 April 2016, 8:23am

RIP Prince... but sing a song for one troubled couple...

Mark Scicluna
20 April 2016, 7:36am

Energy minister Konrad Mizzi hangs by a thread

3 May 2016, 8:30am

Muscat – regardless of any personal involvement in the actual scandal – is not only powerless to act against transgressing ministers, but is compelled, for reasons connected to his own political survival, to defend them both tooth and nail

28 April 2016, 7:25am

Humanitarian visas may not be a panacea and they will not completely stem irregular immigration to Europe. But they can at least save lives. At this point, Europe must decide on its priorities once and for all.

26 April 2016, 7:35am

Muscat has strengthened his position in terms of personal trust ratings – but this must be counterbalanced by a marked drop in trust of the Labour government as a whole. 

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