Small business lobby calls out Labour MEP for demanding Brussels probe into Maltese food importers
Alex Agius Saliba claims Maltese distribution chain leading to high inflation, Chamber of SMEs says Labour MEP is wrong
How the EU can act in cases of breaches of rule of law
The rule of law is one of the EU values and a key principle in democratic states as it helps ensure fairness and transparency, among others
Agius Saliba wants commission to investigate ‘de-facto monopolies’ in distribution sector
Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba says de-facto monopolies in the distribution sector are contributing to higher inflation in food price
Media law that challenges state control of public broadcaster heads for Council talks
Negotiations with Council ministers will determine extent of Media Freedom law that seeks to create autonomous and independent public broadcasters
Šefčovič grilled on climate deliverables for European Green Deal by MEPs
Commissioner who will take over ambitious portfolio for to reduce emissions by 55% by 2030, grilled by MEPs from environmnt and transport committees
MEPs tell governments to reverse omission of rape in violence against women Directive
A majority of member state governments are rejecting the inclusion of rape in a new draft law to protect women from this very crime across the entire European Union
EWROPEJ DEBATES
[WATCH] MEPs talk defence, environment and interpreters shortage in KSU debate
MaltaToday and Lovin Malta team up with KSU for the first in a series of...
[WATCH] Ewropej at MCAST: MEP candidates on Abela speech, climate, youths, and foreign workers
Labour candidate Thomas Bajada echoes Abela claims on Vitals inquiry
[WATCH] Ewropej in Mosta: Defence, Gaza, climate change
 Steve Ellul (PL), Lee Bugeja Bartolo (PN), Ralph Cassar (ADPD), Matthias...
[WATCH] Ewropej fil-Pjazza: Gozo takes centre-stage in candidates’ debate
Independent candidate Arnold Cassola challengeds assertions by Nationalist...
NEWS
Casa wants European Commission to investigate disability benefits racket

Nationalist MEP David Casa tells European Commission to make use of the tools at its disposal including the rule of law monitoring and the conditionality...

Nationalist MEP David Casa tells European Commission to...

Open doors of EU market to Ukraine, Metsola says over future membership

In Guardian interview, Metsola says Ukraine should be granted membership benefits before full accession

In Guardian interview, Metsola says Ukraine should be...

MEPs’ abolitionist line toasted by campaigners against sex buying

Malta Women’s Lobby says European Parliament line on abolitionist stance...

Malta Women’s Lobby says European Parliament line on...

Polish migration referendum pushes MEPs to stall key asylum negotiations

MEPs suspend talks on tighter border controls after Poland refuses solidarity deal for crisis situations at EU frontiers

MEPs suspend talks on tighter border controls after Poland...

Metsola in New York: Despite trade battles, EU and US a ‘global democratic alliance’

European Parliament president Roberta Metsola tells American audiences Europe must have strategic trade autonomy but stand strong as part of liberal democracy...

European Parliament president Roberta Metsola tells...

[WATCH] Von der Leyen calls for EU expansion to 'complete our union'

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivers the annual State of...

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivers...

EU law that could sever Castille’s control of PBS heads for vote

Castille’s historic control of the national broadcaster could be...

Castille’s historic control of the national...

MEPs fast-track renewables permits, Greens see red on Metsola interview

MEPs vote to boost deployment of renewable energy across EU, while Greens question Metsola interview in which she commented on costs of climate...

MEPs vote to boost deployment of renewable energy...

Valletta soup kitchen serving up to 120,000 meals awarded European Citizens Prize

Franciscan Friars’ soup kitchen in Valletta has been awarded the European Citizens’ Prize for Malta, two years since the start of its operations

Franciscan Friars’ soup kitchen in Valletta has been...

MEPs push for law to make public broadcasters fully autonomous of governments

Wide ramifications for Maltese public broadcaster and historic link to central government, with European law that would lay down transparent methods of...

Wide ramifications for Maltese public broadcaster and...

MEPs approve SLAPP directive

The European Parliament yesterday voted with a very strong majority in favour of an EU directive aimed at protecting journalists, activists, academics,...

The European Parliament yesterday voted with a very strong...

Robots to verify farmers’ crop photos to claim EU support

Malta will deploy Artificial Intelligence to identify crops and trees from...

Malta will deploy Artificial Intelligence to identify crops...

Nato post mulled for Ursula von der Leyen keeps rumour mill running on Metsola future

Italian press report that European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen could be touted to succeed Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg, reopen...

Italian press report that European Commission...

Chicken farmers hen-pecked by EU plans on cages

Maltese chicken farmers face new hurdles by end of 2023 as the European...

Maltese chicken farmers face new hurdles by end of 2023 as...

YOUR VOTE COUNTS
[WATCH] Real stories of democracy: ‘Use your vote, or others will decide for you’
Watch the official video from the European Parliament kicking off the 2024 election campaign
Maltese voters have 39 candidates for Europe, 13 of which are independents
Maltese voters will select their next MEPs from the longest-ever list of candidates for the European Parliament
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