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The articles hereunder form part of a content series called Ewropej. This is a multi-newsroom initiative part-funded by the European Parliament to bring the work of the EP closer to the citizens of Malta and keep them informed about matters that affect their daily lives. These articles reflect only the authors’ views. The European Parliament is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information these articles contain.

Manfred Weber: Ukraine stand-off incomparable to 1962 Cuba missile crisis
‘What scares Vladimir Putin the most is not NATO soldiers in Ukraine but seeing Ukraine succeed as a democratic state’
MEPs want ban on golden passports and strict rules on residence-by-investment
Malta’s citizenship-by-investment scheme is increasingly being targeted by strong MEP stance on golden passports and visas
Progress ramps up on EU social climate fund as MEPs table draft report
MEPs David Casa and Esther de Lange have tabled a draft report on the Social Climate Fund regulation to mitigate the social impact of climate change measures and encourage...
Vella meets Metsola: ‘European Parliament a fundamental pillar of democracy’
President George Vella hails role of European Parliament in conveing the voice of citizens directly to the EU institutions
Agius Saliba decries Facebook and Insta withdrawal threats over EU rules
Labour MEP says Meta threat to withdraw Facebook and Instagram over EU privacy rules is hollow threat
UK medicines to Malta: Engerer negotiator for longer importation period
Cyrus Engerer appointed Socialists & Democrats negotiator on two key derogations for Malta on British medicinals


Maltese feel less empowered at home compared to other Europeans

Across Europe almost 58% of people feel that their voice counts in their...

Across Europe almost 58% of people feel that their voice...

Cutajar joins MEP call for European Charter for Digital Rights

Labour MEP says internet access must be recognised as a human right

Labour MEP says internet access must be recognised as...

MEPs want guarantees EU funds for Malta gas pipeline do not go to Electrogas

EPP supports list of projects for EU funds, but say they will follow up on Malta-Sicily gas pipeline and Electrogas connection

EPP supports list of projects for EU funds, but say they...

MEPs in Kiev pledge unwavering support for Ukrainian sovereignty and integrity

European Parliament determined to play full role on unified European position and showing solidarity with Ukrainian citizens

European Parliament determined to play full role...

Green NGOs tell MEPs that Malta pipeline funding should be refused

Greenpace, Friends of the Earth want EU funding to be limited to renewable...

Greenpace, Friends of the Earth want EU funding to be...

Sant calls Brussels plan to target companies with non-EU subsidies ‘premature’

EU wants to limit companies subsidised by non-EU states from tendering for contracts, but Labour MEP Alfred Sant thinks plan could backfire

EU wants to limit companies subsidised by non-EU states...

[WATCH] 100-year-old Holocaust survivor to MEPs: ‘Hatred must not be the last word in history’

100-year-old Holocaust survivor Margot Friedländer’s mother and brother were killed in Auschwitz, and she witnessed indescribable...

100-year-old Holocaust survivor Margot...

Europe’s newest power couple: the Metsolas

One is the President of the European Parliament, the other a major player in...

One is the President of the European Parliament, the other...

Future of EU: Beaune praises high quality of citizens’ contributions

“The plenary must take up citizens’ recommendations... this is the challenge we have to face together in the Conference on the Future of...

“The plenary must take up citizens’...

A presidency with strings: what the 'Big Three' agreed to for Roberta Metsola’s win

The European Parliament’s ‘Big Three’ groupings – the centre-right EPP, socialists S&D, and liberals Renew – signed a midterm...

The European Parliament’s ‘Big Three’...

MEPs push for right to abortion to be enshrined in EU Charter

MEPs hold plenary debate calling for right to abortion to be included in EU...

MEPs hold plenary debate calling for right to abortion to...

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba gets Politico thumbs-up in 2022 ‘influencers’ list

Politico lists Alex Agius Saliba as one of its influential politicians to watch in 2022

Politico lists Alex Agius Saliba as one of its influential...

MEPs approve law that will open social media’s ‘algorithms black box’

Digital Services Act will set clear rules and criteria for social media platforms and the content they host, and the data they retain

Digital Services Act will set clear rules and criteria for...

Metsola vows to sign Liberals’ abortion pact, after Macron meeting

European Parliament president Roberta Metsola will sign up to Simone Veil...

European Parliament president Roberta Metsola will sign...

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