Here’s where we should all be on Sunday afternoon ….
Since I started researching about corruption in politics I always read that the best way to identify corruption is to follow the money. It seems that Daphne Caruana Galizia was doing just that and the #DaphneProject team at Forbidden Stories continued on were she untimely left off. Following the money.
On the 6th of February I published a story that showed the lengths that Castille are going in order to secure more and more votes. This was confirmed once again on the 10th of February with another leak that showed more jobs being advertised directly on a private Labour Party Facebook group. Not only were these jobs being advertised, because in all fairness there’s nothing wrong with that, but the person posting these jobs were asking people to speak to them directly if they’re interested in this particular job. Fast forward two months and the situation is more dire than it ever was. This racket is still active, not only is it active, it has now been expanded into a fake recruitment agency. A fake recruitment agency that promises to give you a job as long as you show them a Labour Party membership card or else promise that you will be voting Labour in the next elections.
Ulrich Fuchs, a European Capital Of Culture veteran and member of the Monitoring and Advisory Panel, has denounced Valletta 2018 and any related event after hearing of the comments and behaviour by some of the top organisers of the event.
There was never any doubt that on Tuesday 1st May the Labour Party would be filling the Tritoni square. It’s their main meeting of the year and every year Joseph Muscat used it to show how powerful his party is. Unlike other years this time the 1st of May is going to coincide at a time when there’s a barrage of stories coming out that puts the spotlight directly on Muscat’s government.