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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.

Chinese, Azerbaijani Enemalta investments would fall foul of new EU rules
New Brussels rules could block foreign companies from making acquisitions and from receiving public contracts in Europe if they are deemed to have benefitted from government...
[WATCH] 9 May 2021: Take part in Europe Day
Come pay a virtual visit to the European Parliament, the Commission’s Berlaymont headquarters, as well as other EU institutions
Migrant drone surveillance from Malta: MEP questions information-sharing with ‘pull-back’ countries
Surveillance drone flights being deployed from Malta by the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) could be shared with third countries such and Libya and Tunisia
Make your voice heard! Inauguration of Future of Europe online events on Europe Day 2021
Europe Day this year looks towards the future of Europe with the inaugural event of the Conference of the Future of Europe at the European Parliament on Sunday
EU Presidents: Strength of European democracies lies in engaging the voices of society
21 Presidents of the EU member states issue joint letter to European citizens on the occasion of Europe Day
EU Literature Prize: Sant asks why political party publishers are disqualified
Labour MEP and author and creator of Sensiela Kotba Soċjalisti asks Commission to clarify EU Literature Prize ban on politically-owned publishers


Common ground for Maltese MEPs as EU moves closer to tax harmonisation

What are Maltese MEPs saying about EU moves towards tax harmonisation?

What are Maltese MEPs saying about EU moves towards tax...

European Parliament launches €20,000 Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism

This prize is designed to help journalists in the vital and often dangerous work they do and show that the European Parliament supports investigative...

This prize is designed to help journalists in the vital and...

[WATCH] SLAPPs: European Parliament to receive first proposals in coming days - Casa

MEPs demand more ‘powers to intervene’ against states with uninvited Europol corruption investigations and funding cuts; European Parliament to get...

MEPs demand more ‘powers to intervene’ against...

Metsola takes Sant to task over Navalny resolution abstention

Labour MEP Alfred Sanrt abstains on Russia resolution, accused by Nationalist...

Labour MEP Alfred Sanrt abstains on Russia resolution,...

Sant abstains on Navalny resolution: ‘EU should be less confrontational with Russia’

Labour MEP says European Parliament rhetoric against Russia can only lead to furter escalation of hostile sentiments

Labour MEP says European Parliament rhetoric against Russia...

After Moneyval, Bartolo accuses PN of using MEPs to ‘pick on small Malta’

Evarist Bartolo: ’EP turns judge, jury and executioner on small Malta but not on large states guilty of far greater shortcomings’

Evarist Bartolo: ’EP turns judge, jury and...

Resolution ‘does no justice to recent reforms’ – Labour MEPs on rule of law vote

The Labour delegation to Europe defended Malta reforms as having the backing from the European Commission, the Venice Commission of the Council of...

The Labour delegation to Europe defended Malta reforms...

Malta ‘rule of law’ resolution sees landslide MEP approval with over 600 votes

Resolution condemning the state of the rule of law in Malta passed through the European Parliament this morning in a landslide vote – with 635 votes in...

Resolution condemning the state of the rule of law in Malta...

Maltese MEPs weigh in on Future of Europe Conference

MaltaToday speaks to  Malta’s MEPs for their opinions...

MaltaToday speaks to  Malta’s MEPs for...

EP resolution sceptical of presidential pardons in Caruana Galizia murder case

A draft text on European Parliament's resolution on rule of law in Malta casts doubts on the appropriateness of granting presidential pardon in...

A draft text on European Parliament's resolution...

European Parliament wants to be judge, jury and executioner says Agius Saliba

Labour MEP takes aim at proponents of resolution on the rule of law in Malta and the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

Labour MEP takes aim at proponents of resolution on the...

Malta resolution: in rare move, socialists join all groups for rule of law motion

In rare move, all European parliamentary groups, even S&D, sign Malta resolution on rule of law and Caruana Galizia investigation

In rare move, all European parliamentary groups, even...

Lockdown Festival Malta awarded European Parliament’s Citizen’s Prize 2020

Maltese citizens choose an initiative supporting struggling freelance artists hit by the Covid-19 pandemic in the first time the award’s nominations were...

Maltese citizens choose an initiative supporting struggling...

Cyrus Engerer digs heels in ahead of Malta resolution debate

Engerer has accused the Nationalist Party of “pushing through a partisan...

Engerer has accused the Nationalist Party of “pushing...