Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times tackles the issue of road fatalities, saying that over the past years too many obituaries of road fatality victims have been written. The road building spree and the…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that it's time for a new social contract, insisting that our society must show that it will offer restitution to those who have carried the…
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Maltese Editors Perspective

Maltese Editors Perspective

The Times of Malta reflects the terrible tragedy of Gunner Matthew Psaila. While the independent inquiry had concluded that no individual could be blamed, attributing it to “misadventure”, the Editor…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta notes recent changes at the FIAU, saying that enacting good legislation is a crucial first step in proving Malta’s commitment to the rule of law. But…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that institutionalist racism is not just damaging Malta institutionally and internationally, it is sowing the seeds of a very bitter future harvest. The Malta Independent says…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta shares a message to its readers following the news that two of Allied Newspapers’ former managing directors are facing serious charges in court. The Editor reminds…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta expresses its concern on the gradual conversion of Malta’s rural villages and surrounding agricultural land into small towns that expand without limit until they reach and…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that the prostitution reform law being proposed by the government risks leading to the protection of pimps, traffickers and men while doing little to reduce…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says US Republican politicians need to stand up and be counted against Donald Trump The Independent says that four percent of all Maltese people have now had…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times tackles the issue of delayed justice, arguing that increasing complement of judges and magistrates is only part of the solution. The editor however says that a number of…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta says that the time of reckoning for former PM Joseph Muscat has arrived, as his relationship with Yorgen Fenech becomes more exposed. The Editor argues that…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta's Editorial discusses high standards in public life, arguing that the standards commissioner must put the people, not politicians, first. The Editor argues that the Commission must…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta delivers a scathing assessment of Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg, saying that a court indictment on the credibility of the evidence he presented in the same court,…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta express concern on the Government's decision to remove the coordinator of the COVID-19 response team, which leads to the Editor to question whether Government are actually…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta discusses aspects related to the construction of a gas pipeline to Sicily, arguing that the professional and transparent management of such a vast infrastructure project based…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta discusses the recent push, also witnessed in Malta, for consumers to buy local products, particularly throughout these challenging times. It also appeals for the smallest of…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta dedicates its editorial to elderly persons, following up on a report which shows that the proportion of pensioners living in poverty in Malta, has increased year…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that it is time to re-think Malta's economic strategy, supporting new Finance Minister Clyde Caruana's arguments in favour of upgrading skills rather then depending on…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta says that it is understandable that the public will demand the highest possible assurances of safety with regard to the Covid-19 vaccine. However, the Editor calls…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta tackles the challenge of fake news and disinformation, arguing that in today's world recognising the difference between fact and fiction, between assertion and actual evidence have…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta dedicates its Editorial to Maltese literary giant Oliver Friggieri who was laid to rest yesterday. The Editor recalls how Friggieri regaled the Maltese nation and its…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta says that the sooner the Nationalist Party realises it has little chance of currying favours with the hunters’ lobby, the better its chances of inching closer…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta discusses Pope Francis' efforts to eradicate sex abuse from clerical communities and how this affects the local Church. It recalls that the Church in Malta was…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta focuses on the EU's decision to initiate proceeding against Malta with regard to its implementation of its cash for passports scheme, saying that this is a…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says three years after Daphne Caruana Galizia's assassination, many of the crooks she wrote about are being exposed for what they are, and often in a courtroom.…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta shares its worry that deaths from Covid-19 have now increased to alarming levels and appeals to the authorities to share lessons learnt from the situation so…
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Malta Editors’ Perspectives

Malta Editors’ Perspectives

The Times leads about the announced transformation in the Police force, which the Editor describes as in everyone’s interest for two main reasons. First, it is a vital institution in…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta discusses the ethical dilemmas in a situation where government is pushing sexual and reproductive rights in the Maltese islands while doctors want to include a conscientious…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta’s editorial gives a scathing assessment of the Electrogas and Vitals scandals, saying that standards of awarding public contracts must be improved to assure taxpayers they will…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times says there is no easy answer to whether schools should remain open or closed. Leaving children at home could be detrimental to their psychological and social development. However,…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Describing the Electrogas project as a "marriage in hell", The Times of Malta calls for a public inquiry into this project in order to address the criminal, commercial and political…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times looks at the upcoming budget. It welcomes government plans not to increase taxes in the short-term to deal with the economic consequences of the pandemic. However, it says…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta looks at Prime Minister Robert Abela’s recent economic plans. Abela had announced five pillars of economic policy that the country will focus on for the next…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Malta's road to economic recovery is chosen as Monday's Editorial by two of the Editors today, with planning and gender equality also finding space in today's leading op-eds. The Times…
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Maltese Editors Perpsectives

Maltese Editors Perpsectives

Governance, clean transport and media freedom are the key themes tackled in today's Editorials. The Times of Malta argues that the rule of law does not collapse only when certain…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Mental health, governance and the fight against cancer are the matters brought up for today by local Editors today. The Times of Malta discusses the impact of Covid-19 on mental…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta discusses the due diligence process being implemented by the PN with regard to the two leadership hopefuls, Adrian Delia and Bernard Grech. It says that the process…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Today's four editorials tackle four separate aspects, from reforms in the police force to environmental concerns, and from Malta's interests to smuggling. The Times of Malta discusses again issues of…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Three editors today join the chorus of disapproval at the questionable Covid-19 strategy adopted by Maltese authorities as coronavirus cases soar again. The Times of Malta argues that Malta's current…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Development in Gozo, police communication, EU funds and renewal within Labour's ranks: the four topics for debate in today's editorials. In its Editorial, The Times of Malta discusses the ongoing…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Truth, justice and ethics make their way in three of four Editorials in print today. The Times of Malta focuses on the downward slide in ethics in Maltese society particularly…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Two print editorials share divergent perspectives on the EU's announced economic recovery plan. The Times of Malta shares its views on the EU economic recovery package. While welcoming this important…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Four editorials in print today, discussing trucking reform, freedom of information, business recovery and greening of our open spaces. The Times of Malta in its Editorial looks into the recent…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Rather unusually, art and history make their way in the editorials of the two English-language papers in print today,  with their Maltese counterparts focusing on education and economic regeneration. The…
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