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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.

Josianne Cutajar demands European Commission act on air travel disruptions
Labour MEP Josianne Cutajar says ticket price increases, long delays, lost luggage and last-minute flight cancellations were jeopardising Europe's competitiveness
[WATCH] ‘These are the new public utilities of our time’: Labour MEP on regulating tech giants like Facebook, Google
Alex Agius Saliba says representing 27 member states meant European negotiators could leverage their weight to regulate the digital ecosystem
[WATCH] Energy crisis: With war, EU needs fallback position on Green Deal
Labour MEPs Alfred Sant and Josianne Cutajar explore the different ways the war in Ukraine could affect Malta and the wider bloc
Wrong to dismiss inflation and assume it won't get worse - Roberta Metsola
Business and employers lobbies spoke to Metsola about concerns related to transportation of goods, lack of workers and rising fuel prices
[WATCH] Cyrus Engerer questions abortion ban: ‘Shouldn’t that woman’s life been saved in Malta?’
The Labour MEP questioned what will happen if a Maltese woman is in the same position without the insurance Andrea Prudente had
Agius Saliba asks European Commission to investigate Maltese telecom operators
Labour MEP Alex Agius Saliba is asking Brussels to investigate Maltese telecom operators over their decision to charge consumers a fee if they do not have a direct debit facility


Voting for MEPs from other countries? It could be on the way

Electoral reform at EU level has been on the agenda for years.

Electoral reform at EU level has been on the agenda for...

EU rapporteur adds to pressure for Brussels to give Balkans ‘something’ amid Ukraine push

EU-member Slovenia is pushing for accelerated admission of aspiring members in the Western Balkans and unconditional candidate status for Bosnia-Herzegovina,...

EU-member Slovenia is pushing for accelerated admission of...

MEPs endorse alleviating consequences of war for EU fisheries and aquaculture

The European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), according to the text adopted by MEPs, would support companies whose fishing operations have been jeopardised...

The European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), according...

MEPs push forward emissions reform in major Fit For 55 climate step

Overwhelming support for Casa’s Social Climate Fund in European Parliament

Overwhelming support for Casa’s Social Climate Fund...

Overwhelming support for Casa’s Social Climate Fund in European Parliament

Nationalist MEP David Casa will now lead the negotiations on behalf of the European Parliament

Nationalist MEP David Casa will now lead the...

Maltese rate price stability higher than EU values in Ukraine war survey

Roberta Metsola’s soft power boosts Maltese positive perception of European Parliament

Roberta Metsola’s soft power boosts Maltese positive...

Sant votes against resolution calling for convention to revise EU treaties: ‘It’s a bad idea’

Labour MEP Alfred Sant says the agenda for a convention to revise EU treaties includes extending qualified majority voting that disadvantages small...

Labour MEP Alfred Sant says the agenda for a convention to...

Candidate status for Ukraine sends strong political signal – Roberta Metsola

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola welcomes move to grant Ukraine candidate status

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola welcomes move...

Climate deal back on track as centre-right, socialists clinch deal on carbon tax

MEPs have revived climate laws that until a few days ago were ‘killed’ by eleventh-hour amendments that were not accepted by all MEPs

MEPs have revived climate laws that until a few days ago...

MEPs set for showdown with Brussels over gas and nuclear as ‘green’ investments

MEPs need majority in European Parliament to vote down EC’s delegated act to classify fossil gas and nuclear as ‘green investments’

MEPs need majority in European Parliament to vote down...

Sant says EU should not drain developing countries of doctors and nurses

Labour MEP takes different view of Brussels plan for legal route for skilled non-EU workers

Labour MEP takes different view of Brussels plan for legal...

Brussels to verify high radioactivity levels in Malta-Sicily pipeline route

Sicilian regional authorities call for re-routing of Malta-Sicily gas pipeline fearing environmental degradation of past industrial activity and concentrations...

Sicilian regional authorities call for re-routing of...

EU paves way for Constitutional Convention as MEPs initiate process

Final decision now rests with the EU’s prime ministers and heads of...

Final decision now rests with the EU’s prime...

Roe v Wade: Labour MEPs support parliamentary appeal to prevent backslide on reproductive rights

Cyrus Engerer and Alfred Sant back resolution calling for protection of women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights worldwide, other MEPs do...

Cyrus Engerer and Alfred Sant back resolution calling for...

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