Malta is rising, power is shifting and moods are changing. Powerful people have been arrested, details are emerging at a rapid pace, angry protests are taking place and the international media is watching.
In light of this unprecedented situation in Malta’s history, Lovin Malta is asking its readers to give one word to describe how they’re feeling at this point in time.
This is the state of play. One of Malta’s most powerful businessmen has been arrested in connection with the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and he now appears to be implicating Keith Schembri, the former chief of staff and close friend of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.
Schembri and Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi have resigned and Economy Minister Chris Cardona has suspended himself pending investigations.
Meanwhile, people have been taking to the streets on a daily basis to demand the resignation of Muscat, who enjoys unprecedented electoral popularity but is now facing his greatest test yet.
Tell us how you feel in the form above. Now is the time to air your grievances with the current state of affairs in Malta. This is your chance to have your say, this is your country and your voice is important.