Michael
Falzon

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

A tradition of petty corruption
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The Maltese were taught it was a sin to be violent with and steal from...
Speaking of the Speaker
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Grech did not enter into the merits of where in the world the three...
A legacy of hate
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Will Roberta Metsola’s success in European politics be the spark that...
A very peculiar ‘amnesty’
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Does the government believe that those who are monitoring our financial system...
Jobs for MPs
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I have always been against MPs, who are not part of the executive, to be...
Tourism: back to square one
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Who cares? So long as the shops, the bars and the restaurants are full,...
Democracy and the common good
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When will this country really break free?
Disagreeing with the Ombudsman
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One wonders whether it was the ministry that pushed the Commissioner to sign...
The end of a turbulent chapter
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Renouncing Muscat after an electoral victory that could not have happened...
A technocrat in the Cabinet
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Clyde Caruana has a technocratic mind, and apparently not interested in...
The good Samaritan
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When the state justice system punishes the evil perpetrator of this ghastly...
How the silly Maltese mouse twisted the tail of the American lion
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Many believe Malta’s FATF grey-listing was provoked by money laundering...
A weird PN proposal
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The idea of ODZ permits needing parliamentary approval is beyond the...
The whistleblowing farce
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Where does this leave the Whistleblowers Act? Just as I predicted, it has...
Upsetting the rental market... again
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Upsetting once again the rental market by new forms of discriminatory...
Attack: the best form of defence
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Attack, attack, attack seems to have been the only idea that was inspiring...
Waiting for Miss Kabul
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I would not be surprised if in some year in the future, the west will be...
The Corradino ‘Hilton’
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It is now beyond obvious that those who were making accusations of the Prison...
Who is ‘the State’?
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In his evidence in front of the inquiry, former PM Joseph Muscat tried to play...
Where social justice is lacking
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This story, however, has raised an interesting ethics issue. Do humans have a...