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Some call it ‘populism’, I call it ‘democracy’
raphael_vassallo
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 08-12

If democracy looks like 10-pin bowling, it’s because that’s how it should work in practice. The same people, with the same ideas, should not permeate the structures of power indefinitely

Living the good life…with other people’s money
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 08-12

Businessmen allowed to amass enormous debts in tax and VAT while simultaneously living “the good life&rd...
Diversity inside Language Council increases oversight
Mark Camilleri
Blogs 07-12

The reforms to the Language Council will ensure that the Council does not fall again under the influence of a ...
In a bit of a shambles
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 07-12

The changes weren’t secret. I’ve answered many parliamentary questions detailing everything and we...
Who’s really in a ‘state of illegality here’
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 06-12

The naked truth of the matter is that we only apply the ‘illegal immigrant’ label to foreigners wh...
Jobs plus indeed!
Michael Falzon
Blogs 06-12

Unfortunately organisations like trade unions, as well as NGOs, tend to abandon their mission statement when t...
The widening divide between the haves and the have-nots
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 05-12

Maltese tenants and foreign nationals on an average wage are being edged out of the market
Just another Sunday
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 05-12

They should dig deep in the Ciliberti allegations, and Bartolo should stop to think whether he can defend his ...
How did we come to this, exactly?
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 01-12

Not in my wildest dreams did I ever expect to hear such arguments from the leader of Malta’s political L...
Fiddling with the system is a way of life
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 01-12

It is bad enough for a childcare centre to screw the taxpayer out of money, but it is another to play around w...
A fish and a monkey enter a classroom
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 30-11

Different children are asked to sit down for the same lesson and examination, then they aare branded disobedie...
A vote of confidence
Blogs 30-11

The proposed measures for retailers are testament to our over-riding economic policy which is driven by the nu...
‘Every vote counts’, my foot
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 29-11

Don’t bother knocking on my door come election time before you reform this rotten system into something ...
It must be the Byzantines!
Michael Falzon
Blogs 29-11

The Byzantines came and left so many years ago but their guile seems to have lingered all these years
The underdog
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 28-11

Many of those who still run the institutions have not been removed not because of some ‘taghna lkoll&rsq...
Water off a duck’s back
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 28-11

It is a sad state of affairs that so many people feel that as long as they have money in their pockets, they a...