Tag Malta
9 Aug

Joint statement in support of The Shift News as it faces a freedom of information battle with the government of Malta

ECPMF has joined the undersigned free expression, press freedom, and journalists’ organisations in expressing support for The Shift News as it faces an all-out legal battle against 40 freedom of information (FOI) lawsuits brought by 40 government entities in Malta.

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28 Jul

Malta: Public Inquiry report recommendations must be implemented

ECPMF has joined a group of organisations to express concern at the lack of implementation of the recommendations of the milestone Public Inquiry into the assassination of Malta’s leading investigative journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, one year on from the Inquiry's publication.

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7 Feb

Malta: Media battle for access to public information

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14 Jan

Malta: Implementation of Public Inquiry recommendations must meet international standards

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7 Dec

Malta: MFRR expresses concern at anonymisation of court judgements

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16 Oct

Remembering Daphne

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15 Oct

Statement of the joint press freedom mission to Malta

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11 Oct

International delegation of press freedom and free speech organisations to visit Malta 14-16 October

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31 Aug

Malta: Concerns over campaign of disinformation and spoof websites targeting media

The partner organisations in the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) are highly concerned about attempts to spread disinformation and discredit Maltese journalists and bloggers who write about the recently indicted murder suspect alleged to have orchestrated and funded the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017.

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3 Aug

Daphne Caruana Galizia: Landmark Public Inquiry recommendations must be implemented

On 29 July 2021, the landmark Public Inquiry into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia published its conclusions, finding that “the State has to shoulder responsibility for the assassination because it created an atmosphere of impunity, generated from the highest levels in the heart of the administration of the Office of the Prime Minister and like an octopus spread to other entities like regulatory institutions and the police, leading to the collapse of the rule of law.

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