Meanwhile at the other end of the political scale in Malta...
Cometh the hour, cometh the woman. Addressing the Labour Party delegates today at the party's general conference, Miriam Dalli...
Today's law is not just a law that will be celebrated by the LGBTIQ+ community, but it is a law that will celebrated by each and every one of us. No longer will there be a wall that divides us, no longer will we have to live with the shadow of inequality in the eyes … Continue reading Love is.
Helena Dalli potentially becoming the Labour Party deputy leader has put the Nationalist Party into panic mode. Stephen Calleja in his editorial blog for the Malta Independent made a good point with regards to the Labour Party always being at the forefront when it comes to women in politics. Calleja goes on to mention how … Continue reading The PN are looking for a woman to lead them
Make no mistake, had the PN been voted into government last month civil liberties such as the Marriage Equality law would have been dealt a massive blow. After last week's neolithic comments by messrs David Agius and Clyde Puli, up stepped their fellow MP Edwin Vassallo today who claimed that he will be voting against … Continue reading Civil liberties dodged a bullet
Looking at the debate which brought an end to Malta's six month EU presidency which in my view will be a difficult one to match, I couldn't help but applaud the European Commission's President Jean-Claude Juncker actions. Juncker called the European parliament "Totally ridiculous" after a measly 30 members of parliament (which Juncker thanked for … Continue reading Respect where respect is due
New York Best has become quite a household name of late hasn't it? Let's make it clear, I am completely against the Moviment Patrijotti Maltin's act of vandalism which was a clear attack on freedom of expression, then again I'm against everything they do. This post however is not about that, this post is about … Continue reading It’s not us, Tommy, it’s you.
Welcome one, welcome all. This blog is intended to be a voice for those that don't often sound theirs, a voice for the belittled, a voice for the people that have had theirs silenced and mostly a voice for the left in Malta and possibly beyond. Some might go as far as calling it a … Continue reading Renovatio