Michael
Falzon

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

Can Labour come clean?
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These are all signs that Robert Abela is working on a new image of Labour,...
A new beginning for the PN with Bernard Grech
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Bernard Grech must douse the internal bickering immediately. He needs a strong...
So fa(r), so good?
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It seems that at the moment there is a combination of circumstances that has...
Come into my parlour, said the spider to the fly
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Can this or a future government dissolve the contract with Electrogas –...
Boris concocts a sour borscht
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The Internal Markets Bill is still a hotch-potch solution that does not rule...
The egg to omelette conundrum
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Yet, neither Grech nor anyone from his campaign team has publicly reassured the...
Back to school, but are authorities preparing teachers for an unusual return?
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Nothing has been said about this point – either by the education ministry...
Incompetence is Labour’s nemesis
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When finance ministry read in the papers about what his ministry had approved...
Two pints of lager and a packet of crisps
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It declared that ‘food’ should be interpreted as snacks and...
Edward Scicluna’s pathetic ‘it wasn’t me’
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There is no escape clause for minister Edward Scicluna, even if he has pleaded:...
The EU and Malta’s migration problem
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For centuries, Malta has exploited our geographical position to benefit us as a...
'One of us'
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In my book, their actions eclipse by far Adrian Delia’s shortcomings as...
An ever-closer union
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Why the EU budget agreement has broken a major taboo on the EU creating...
A Pyrrhic victory on the cards
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Malta is suffering a serious democratic deficit because of the irresponsible...
The failure of the Maltese political class
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Considering this mess, it will be more and more difficult for serious people to...
The role of useful fools
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In this case, the easiest way out would be for the authorities to publish the...
No simple truth
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Whatever the merits and demerits of Caruana Galizia’s blog, the fact is...
Konrad Mizzi, an eventful ministerial appointment
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The idea of using people like Lionel Gerada to dish out taxpayer’s money...
A consumption-driven recovery plan
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Our government seems to be acting to ensure the statistical average can be...
Tourism: the road to recovery is uphill
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In the tourism sector, the road to recovery is uphill with government having to...