The post-independence political scene in Malta has always shown that an extremely high percentage of the population is interested in their leadership and is willing to go out and vote. This is evident by the continued high voter turnout that the country has experienced, with only the first independent election in 1966 having a voter […]Read More Low Turnout: Apathy or Protest?
Il-ħsieb tal-partiti għandu jinbidel f’wieħed ta’ pjan għal futur ta’ pajjiżna.Read More Għal waqfa li jmiss
We are all aware that China is in the news quite regularly these days, the world over. Be it a squabble with Dangerous Donald, a fistfight on the China-India border, or lockdown in Wuhan; the country has hogged the headlines. What us Westerners find particularly disgruntling about China is its ominous, all-seeing Communist Party; a […]Read More Chairman Bob’s cultural revolution
When I was four years old, I would regularly fight with my beloved younger brother and would sometimes even hit him. He would start crying and my mum would report to the scene, but I would always claim that I had nothing to do with it. Occasionally, I would be short-sighted enough to perpetrate the […]Read More The Totalitarianism of Toddlers