Engerer: Cross-party 'compromise' only way forward for metro system in Malta
Labour MEP Cyrus Engerer says both sides of the House should come together and agree on how to implement the project
Under shadow of Putin and Trump, EU defence is key party policy in 2024
The European party manifestos and recent statements by group leaders shows that defence, military procurement, and the EU army have entered mainstream policy talk for the European...
Green Deal aviation tax should be financed by private jet flyers, Cassola tells Chamber
MEP candidates speak on effects of Green Deal rules on island nations like Malta
Council agrees on European Media Freedom Act pushed by MEPs
European Media Freedom Act: Council adopts new rules to protect journalists and media providers  
European NGOs unite to petition EU Parliament on voluntary assisted dying
During this legislature, Malta is set to have a discussion on euthanasia as this was one of the Labour Party’s 2022 electoral promises
Doctors for Life call on Engerer to clarify position on abortion of Down Syndrome pregnancies
As MEP Cyrus Engerer has advocated for abortion becoming part of the EU's charter of Fundamental Rights, Doctors for Life calls on him to clarify his position regarding the...
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...
Ewropej fil-Pjazza: Gozo takes centre-stage in candidates’ debate
Independent candidate Arnold Cassola challengeds assertions by Nationalist...
NEWS
Metsola receives flak from Austrian students over EP stance on Palestine

The EP President was asked about the EU’s reluctance to guarantee humanitarian aid for Palestinians, as the crowd of students later started chanting,...

The EP President was asked about the EU’s reluctance...

EU leaders follow US cue on Gaza ceasefire, Metsola proposes Red Sea task force

Metsola reiterates call for ceasefire in Gaza as she proposes EU Red Sea economic Task Force

Metsola reiterates call for ceasefire in Gaza as she...

MEPs agree on toolset against bank failures to protect taxpayers and deposits

On top of €100,000 coverage per depositor, MEPs want deposits resulting from events like real estate transactions to be protected from...

On top of €100,000 coverage per...

EP President pays courtesy call to Speaker

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola pays courtesy call to Speaker...

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola pays courtesy...

Peter Agius vows to be ‘Olympian’ MEP Malta needs to keep up with EU laws

Longtime PN candidate Peter Agius says he has carried out 900 home visits and 17 town-hall meetings ahead of his formal 2024 launch

Longtime PN candidate Peter Agius says he has carried out...

Labour MEP makes plea for abortion to become fundamental right in EU Charter

Cyrus Engerer calls for the introduction of abortion to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in Brussels debate that follows French...

Cyrus Engerer calls for the introduction of abortion to the...

Labour MEPs do not back watered-down Euro 7 emissions rules

Euro 7 rules include lower exhaust emissions limits for buses and trucks, new...

Euro 7 rules include lower exhaust emissions limits for...

With just 2% of proceeds of crime being frozen, MEPs rush to plug the gap

New rules to freeze and confiscate the proceeds of crime and strengthen the powers of asset recovery offices

New rules to freeze and confiscate the proceeds of crime...

Non-EU nationals get breathing space in Single Permit rules agreed by MEPs

European Parliament backs more effective EU rules for combined work and residence permits for third-country nationals

European Parliament backs more effective EU rules for...

Metsola, Abela spar in tit-for-tat on interpreters shortage

Roberta Metsola wrote to the Prime Minister over lack of interpreters at...

Roberta Metsola wrote to the Prime Minister over lack of...

MEPs vote to take Commission to court over €10.2 billion pay-off to Hungary

EPP members back move as final decision moves to EP Conference of Presidents to take EC to Court of Justice for having unblocked frozen funds to Hungary

EPP members back move as final decision moves to EP...

Labour candidate on EPP’s Germans: ‘You can feel the 1930s nostalgia when they speak’

Labour candidate Clint Flores says EPP’s German members’ calls for defence spending  ‘akin to what was being pushed for in the...

Labour candidate Clint Flores says EPP’s German...

Labour MEP slams Metsola over failure to ensure Maltese translation in European Parliament meetings

'Despite having a Maltese President of the European Parliament, unfortunately in a meeting chaired by the president herself, it was agreed that during the...

'Despite having a Maltese President of the European...

Brussels is mixed bag of emotions on possible Joseph Muscat return

The Brussels bubble may not be interested in who the Labour Party fields as...

The Brussels bubble may not be interested in who the Labour...

YOUR VOTE COUNTS
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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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