The same Union that managed to create a common market with one common currency has the power to achieve much more. What is lacking, unfortunately, is the political will.
Privatisation deals promise an increase in efficiency. Applied to the public transport service in Malta, does this promise hold any water?
In a society where entrepreneurs are deemed gods, there aren’t many gods as adored as Elon Musk. But behind the image of a messiah that is single-handedly fighting global warming is a dark shadow.
Do we value a short-term decrease in government spending more than the quality of our public health service? If the answer is no, then all PPP which result in private companies administering our hospitals should be opposed.
Today’s Labour Party simply stands for making the cake bigger, not dividing it in a fair way.
The 5% tax rate turns Malta into a magnet for rich people and legally enables them to pay a lot less in tax than they would be required to pay in their own countries.