د . إAEDSRر . س

Jon Jispjega Is Back Tonight At 6pm To Breakdown Why Political Parties’ TV Propaganda Is Breaching The Constitution

Article Featured Image

Jon Mallia is back tonight at 6pm to give you a tongue-twisting explainer of why Lovin Malta is challenging taxpayer-funded TV propaganda by Malta’s political parties in the courts.

In a new episode of Jon Jispjega, airing this evening, Mallia will breakdown why the current status quo is in breach of Malta’s constitution.

Set a reminder on the premiere link below to make sure you don’t miss it!

Dalwaqt 🔥

Posted by Lovin Malta on Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Lovin Malta filed a historic court case last month to determine whether propaganda on political party TV stations should be declared unconstitutional.

This was only possible thanks to the donations raised during the last season of Kaxxaturi, where Mallia made our first appeal to bring an end to TV ownership by political parties.

A number of high-profile Maltese politicians have criticised the existence of party media in the past, including former Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami, who said they’ll eventually be made redundant; former President George Abela; and former Finance Minister Lino Spiteri. Former Prime Minister Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici even predicted that the law would be challenged in court.

Malta’s political party stations also face mounting financial difficulties. Both One and Net were millions in debt when they last published their accounts over a decade ago.

Lovin Malta is arguing that these financial difficulties also render the political parties highly vulnerable to corruption since they are dependent on big business donations.

The court case was filed by lawyers Eve Borg Costanzi and Matthew Cutajar. The case will be heard in front of the Civil Courts.

Lovin Malta filed a historic court case last month to determine whether propaganda on political party TV stations should be declared unconstitutional.

This was only possible thanks to the donations raised during the last season of Kaxxaturi, where Mallia made our first appeal to bring an end to TV ownership by political parties.

A number of high-profile Maltese politicians have criticised the existence of party media in the past, including former Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami, who said they’ll eventually be made redundant; former President George Abela; and former Finance Minister Lino Spiteri. Former Prime Minister Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici even predicted that the law would be challenged in court.

Malta’s political party stations also face mounting financial difficulties. Both One and Net were millions in debt when they last published their accounts over a decade ago.

Lovin Malta is arguing that these financial difficulties also render the political parties highly vulnerable to corruption since they are dependent on big business donations.

The court case was filed by lawyers Eve Borg Costanzi and Matthew Cutajar. The case will be heard in front of the Civil Courts.

Share with someone who needs to watch this!

READ NEXT: Police Arrest 10 People Across Malta, UK, And Belgium For Hijacking Celebrity Phones To Steal Millions In Cryptocurrency

Julian doesn’t like to talk about himself. But if he did, he would let you know that he’s into anything that has got to do with politics, the environment, social issues, and human interest stories.

You may also love

View All

lovinmalta.com says

Do you agree to share your location with us?