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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.

Labour MEP urges European Commission to ensure Malta has access to affordable medicines
Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba warns that the current European Union rules create unfair discrimination against member states with smaller health systems
17 Black: Dubai has sent Maltese police all information, David Casa says
Nationalist MEP who asked magistrate to investigate leaked FIAU report on 17 Black says UAE authorities have supplied Malta with all information on Yorgen Fenech offshore company
Cyrus Engerer appointed S&D negotiators on protection of workers from asbestos
Labour MEP Cyrus Engerer appointed negotiator for the Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament on the protection of workers from asbestos
Robert Abela invites European Parliament party leaders to Malta to witness institutional reforms
In a meeting with European Parliament President David Sassoli, Maltese Prime Minister Robert Abela reiterates that Malta has introduced reforms to strengthen the rule of law
MEPs on latest revelations in Daphne murder: ‘She is still working for the truth’
The European Parliament discussed the latest developments surrounding the Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination in Malta.
European Parliament fast-tracks approval for Digital Green Certificate
Most MEPs supported the Digital Green Certificate during the debate but warned that all efforts to recover will be void unless Europeans are vaccinated more quickly


MEPs say the EU should go it alone on minimum corporate tax rate

European taxation of the digital economy: MEPs lay out plans

European taxation of the digital economy: MEPs lay out plans

Labour MEP ahead of Daphne debate: ‘European Parliament cannot act as a court’

‘This is not the time to have this debate’ – Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba

‘This is not the time to have this debate’...

Social media: easy to forget repercussions of words

What we write online and what we decide to share with our friends and family...

What we write online and what we decide to share with our...

MEPs will debate latest Caruana Galizia assassination revelations

The European Parliament will be debating the latest revelations emerging from...

The European Parliament will be debating the latest...

COVID-19 vaccines: MEPs quiz top officials on authorisation and contracts

On Tuesday, MEPs quizzed the European Commission and European Medicines Agency on latest developments concerning the authorisation and purchase of COVID-19...

On Tuesday, MEPs quizzed the European Commission and...

European Parliament decision on Caruana Galizia murder debate expected on Tuesday

The European Parliament's decision on whether it will be debating new findings on Daphne Caruana Galizia murder is expected to be announced on...

The European Parliament's decision on whether it will...

‘Over our dead bodies’: Labour MEP squares up to EPP onslaught over Daphne murder

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba accuses EPP of punching down on Malta by using ongoing Koħħu testimony name-dropping former Labour minister

Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba accuses EPP of punching down...

Labour MEPs fire broadside over EPP call to debate new findings on Daphne murder

European People’s Party has asked that MEPs debate new revelations surrounding the Daphne Caruana Galizia case  

European People’s Party has asked that MEPs debate...

Sant abstains on Syria resolution, Metsola dubs stand ‘reprehensible’

Alfred Sant on Syria resolution: “European Parliament is entrenched in the belief that it has the compass by which to judge political behaviour...

Alfred Sant on Syria resolution: “European...

Metsola to lead EPP input as EU modifies vaccines approval process for COVID-19 variants

European People's Party appoints Roberta Metsola to represent it in negotiations to modify the EU's approval process to tackle new COVID-19 variants

European People's Party appoints Roberta Metsola to...

Agius Saliba: We can’t stand up to these big tech giants alone, but we can join forces

The pressure is on worldwide to start regulating tech giants, as Australia passed a controversial media bargaining code that will require social media...

The pressure is on worldwide to start regulating tech...

MEPs want to prosecute Syrian war criminals and maintain EU sanctions

MEPs express grave concern over the persistent political deadlock and the lack...

MEPs express grave concern over the persistent political...

[WATCH] Alfred Sant will not contest next European Parliament election

On Reno Bugeja Jistaqsi, former Labour prime minister and MEP Alfred Sant reflects on his memoirs from the period between 1975 and 1992

On Reno Bugeja Jistaqsi, former Labour prime minister and...

MEPs and governments strike provisional deal on billion-euro energy programme

A provisional deal has been struck on the next generation programme for Connecting Europe Facility

A provisional deal has been struck on the next generation...