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Political Ethics: Anatomy of Malta’s Panama Papers Scandal

The “Panama Papers” leak provided salacious insight into the finances of notable citizens in many countries. The recent revelations only confirm what everyone (and we mean, everyone) in Malta has been talking about for the past several weeks: Energy Minister Konrad Mizzi and the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Keith Schembri both have connections to companies in Panama. As a seasoned advisor to government officials and politician’s BCI’s Carlo Binda had some thoughts on how the Maltese governing Labour Party failed to deal with this political crisis and may have lost the plot.

Political Ethics: Anatomy of Malta’s Panama Papers Scandal
 
 

MEP Guest Blog: EU Referendum - The key word is Union

We invited Paul Brannen, Labour Member of European Parliament for the North East of England, to guest blog for us and share his thoughts on why "Brexit" would be bad for the United Kingdom. 

EU Referendum: The key word is Union
 
 

Libya: What Needs To Happen Now

Defying sceptics and bluster of opposition, Libya’s Government of National Accord finally arrived in Tripoli, albeit by sea. Now it begins not just the hard work of winning and building alliances, securing it’s premises, but it must get on with the business of governing Libya out of a security and economic free fall. While divination of Libya’s path is fraught with uncertainty and a large measure of “it’s Libya, anything could happen”, we attempt to outline some key events and benchmarks on the horizon to which we need to pay attention. These are, generally, lumped into three categories:

Libya: What Needs To Happen Now