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12 April likely E-Day for Malta
All indications are pointing to April 12 as the date for the general elections. If, as is expected, the ‘yes’ vote exceeds the ‘no’ at the referendum on Saturday. expect Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami to call immediate elections. READ MORE>

Jobs for the boys, and for Labour MP’s dad
While the Labour press has once again claimed ‘high-profile’ and ‘vociferous advocates’ of EU membership will be front runners in the race for EU posts, MaltaToday can confirm that the father of Labour MP Chris Cardona enjoys an EU appointment. READ MORE>

PM calls Sant’s ‘wait and see’ attitude on referendum anti-democratic
Overtime will not end, Labour peddling a repetitive lie - PM
By Matthew Vella
Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami said the Labour leader’s attitude towards the referendum, and his statement that it will be a ‘hollow’ referendum, is "anti-democratic." READ MORE>

J’accuse: There is no room for Alfred Sant’s politics, Saviour Balzan writes

We will interpret the result
Jimmy Magro, the secretary general of the MLP, refuses to state whether his party would recognise the outcome of the referendum before the result is known. He tells Ray Abdilla that the MLP faces a democratic deficit in favour of the ‘yes’ campaign

The will of the people must prevail
Joe Saliba, secretary general of the Nationalist Party, tells Kurt Sansone there is only one way to interpret the referendum result

EU offers Opportunity to grab the bull by the horns
Alternattiva Demokratika’s secretary general Stephen Cachia is not at all impressed with the MLP’s stand on the referendum. Julian Manduca met up with him to get his views on the coming weeks


The EU is just sexier
Julian Manduca wants to see a sea of colours, blues and greens, yellows, bright red and pink

This Week

The third degree with immanuel mifsud
Mention the name Immanuel Mifsud to any Maltese literature afficionado and you will immediately get a nod of recognition and a quick critique of his recently launched book, L-Istejjer Strambi ta’ Sara Sue Sammut...


Lija mayor caught red-handed

Brincat insists on overtime crusade

Constitution rumpus for EU accession treaty

Tourism minister admits mistakes of the past


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