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saviour_balzan
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 07:55

Looking back it strikes you hard that we have lost so very much. Today, the new firebrands that get assimilated by the political parties have little or no ideological formation

The curious case of Manila Bottone
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 07:45

While the curious case of Manila Bottone is probably not that curious after all and will certainly not be the ...
Why teaching Islam in state schools is a bad idea
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 23-03

The last thing we need is another religious faith to become part of the school curriculum: State schools shoul...
Winning isn’t everything, you know
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 23-03

Whether you vote for one party or the other, what you will certainly get is the same corrupt system they have ...
What the Dutch election means for Europe
The Conversation
Blogs 22-03

If the rise of far-right, anti-EU parties does pose an existential threat for the EU, the union survived its f...
The fight against exclusion
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 22-03

Areas with disadvantaged children have to be identified as early as possible and these areas have to be given ...
Wilders thrown in the wilderness
Michael Falzon
Blogs 21-03

Having small parties in Parliament with the big needing a coalition to govern can be the right antidote for th...
How many hats can you wear in politics, anyway?
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 21-03

Try as I might I cannot see any other way out, than to turn Parliament into a full-time profession
Fall from grace
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 20-03

Most vote with their pockets first and could not give two hoots if there is corruption, so long as they can co...
‘It’s his money, he can do what he likes with it’
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 20-03

If many of us common mortals do it, the reasoning goes, surely a Prime Minister has the right to do so as well...
The system must change, starting from the electoral system
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 17-03

Killing nepotism and patronage in Malta will mean changing the electoral system and introducing full-time MPs
A window of opportunity
Anthony Buttigieg
Blogs 17-03

Each and every day we Maltese are contributing to the wanton destruction of both our natural and man-made heri...
Fractured marriages don’t have to mean fractured children
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 16-03

The very least estranged couples can do is stop thinking up 100 million ways of getting revenge on their spous...
‘This is the system’ is not an answer
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 16-03

Business donations are not acceptable...as many seem suddenly to understand
Three commissioners, one exception
Frank Psaila
Blogs 15-03

The Police Commissioner’s inaction is causing great harm to the Police Force
The proof of the pudding
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 15-03

 We have worked hard and we will work even harder because the ultimate aim is to improve and raise the st...