Niall Ó Tuathail, the Galway candidate for the Social Democrats in Ireland, expressed solidarity with activists and journalists in Malta and said he hoped that Daphne Caruana Galizia's family saw the resolution and justice that she deserves.
As Ranier Fsadni puts it in his piece in The Shift News "if parliament doesn’t hold hearings on something like this, it’s admitting that it is subservient to Castille".
An EU member in name but not in substance
As Rosianne Cutajar, Minister for Simplification, pays lip service to Mental Health Awareness day, Robert Musumeci takes it as an opportunity for a joke
Aaron Briffa worked for One Productions for 20yrs until the change of Govt in 2013 when he set up his own company AB Creative.
There's a twisted irony in Jean Pierre Magro's interview with MaltaToday in September 2019, in which he outlines the need for a story that relates the battle by the oppressed against the oppressor to be portrayed in film. He says: "If you were to take the story of Sette Giugno, and transplant it to any …
You don’t know me, and I don’t know most of you, but together we are storytellers. And the story we are telling is that of Malta and the Maltese.
You will ask for men, women and children to be shot dead.
This is not the refugees' fault. This is the result of poor budgeting and government policy.