Michael
Falzon

Michael Falzon is a former government minister who served under several Nationalist administrations.

A maze of government-owned bodies
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To my mind, the Criminal Code reserves its harshest punishments to public...
Gone fishing... but what could Robert Abela be afraid of?
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Seems Robert Abela cannot have the luxury of a summer holiday during...
Laid back for summer
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Bernard Grech has become less and less effective as time passes...His words...
Undermining the rule of law
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The Labour Party and the current administration – both led by Robert...
Thanks, but no thanks
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The people who run the party keep on making the same mistakes, provoking more...
One gridlock too many
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n spite of the millions of EU and Malta government funds spent to upgrade the...
Aaaargh... Azerbaijan!
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Forn the EU, choosing between Putin and Aliyev is an exercise in opting for the...
520,000 and counting
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Government should embark on a consultation exercise in its search to find yet...
A dangerous game
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The interview from jail made to George Degiorgio, one of the two brothers...
A convenient technicality
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I rarely join the chorus of those who are always asking for the resignations of...
The PN’s recurring nightmare
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By opting to be a confessional party – that historically it never was...
Visit Rwanda!
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Is Boris Johnson using the Rwanda and the Northern Ireland issues to divert...
Archbishop’s corruption salvo
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Unfortunately for the Archbishop, there are also stories of maladministration...
Ombudsman’s last hurrah
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The current administration does not seem unduly worried with this situation...
A touch of gray
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Apart from Boris Johnson’s facetiousness, what strikes me in this episode...
Opting for Ukraine in Turin
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After all, they all are also a form of human expression, and the human spirit...
The land of sleeping policemen
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The system has been so corrupted over the years that police do not need any...
The PN’s financial woes – 2
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I understand that subsequently efforts were made to reduce the debt, but they...
The PN’s financial woes
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Bernard Grech could prove to be a veritable safe pair of hands – and a...
Full House
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The increase of six seats to each side upsets the corrective mechanism made to...