Quality of life and environment under renewed threat by revised DB plans

In view of the fresh plans filed by the DB Group, it is clear that these do not in any way address the concerns about the huge negative impact on the quality of life and the environment by the proposed project on the ex-ITS site. Changes in the revised plans include a slight reduction in the...

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Workers’ Day – after Covid-19, let’s build an economy based on justice

This Workers’ Day, Moviment Graffitti wants to express its gratitude towards all the workers currently working around the clock to provide each one of us with essential services during the Covid-19 crisis, and to express its full solidarity with all those workers who are currently going through...

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ITS-DB - A cheeky face after the disgrace

In a miserable attempt at recovering from the authentic slap in the face that is the National Audit Office (NAO) report about the Pembroke monstrosity, DB Group is mounting a PR counteroffensive. Expect them to say that the NAO report absolves them from any accusation or allegation, that the...

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[WATCH] R/EVOLUZZJONI 25 - The Documentary

It's 1994. A group of University students band together to form Moviment Graffitti, a leftist movement "against the oppression and exploitation of people, the environment and animals, with a vision of freedom and radical democracy." Very soon, they will be taking on the development of a golf...

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Protesta Kontra l-Ħakma tal-Iżviluppaturi: Id-diskors ta' Wayne Flask

Make hay while the sun shines. Il-profeta qalilna biex, sakemm ikun temp tajjeb, naħsbu fil-ħsad. Kienet ġurnata ta’ xemx meta bil-gafef tagħkom ħsadtu l-ħajja ta’ Miriam u tal-familja Pace. Ebda kliem ma jista’ jsabbar lil din il-familja, vittma oħra tar-regħba bla qies tagħkom. Ebda kliem...

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Local Council and NGOs welcome Planning Commission decision to recommend refusal for private jetty in Balluta Bay

The St. Julian’s Local Council and 11 NGOs welcome the Planning Commission’s decision to overturn the case officer's recommendation regarding the private jetty in Balluta Bay from one of approval to one of refusal. Several residents, the St. Julian’s Local Council and NGO representatives...

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Incredible but true: two years on, the fuel stations policy remains unchanged

Moviment Graffitti is disappointed that although two years ago to the date, on the 25th January 2018, the then Environment Minister José Herrera, had asked for the fuel stations policy to be revised, this has not happened yet. Exactly 737 days have passed since the announcement that this policy,...

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‘Focus on the creation of a just society for everyone’ - Wayne Flask

Wayne Flask - activist with Moviment Graffitti. “One of the new prime minister’s main priorities upon taking office is that of divesting himself of the excessive powers the head of government is allowed. I certainly don’t mean delegation for the sake of it and far less, deregulation: I’m...

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2019 - It's more than just rock'n roll

We joked about it in the promo video for our R/Evoluzzjoni25 documentary: 2019 was Moviment Graffitti’s 25th year of rock’n’roll. Little did we know that we’d be plugging away at full volume until the very end of what was a tumultuous year not only for the country, but also for its citizens....

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The struggle isn’t over - Wayne Flask

There will come a time when the dust will have to settle. There will come a time for reckoning. There will come a time for brilliant minds to do what they know best: pull the country out of its mire. But that doesn’t mean the fight is over, or that the end has been achieved. Hopefully, there...

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Our Republic is Bleeding

The day we commemorate the anniversary of the historic creation of the Republic of Malta this year coincides with a national crisis. Our country is suffering from the painful consequences of a betrayal which saw those at the highest echelons of power putting first the interests of a small clique...

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[WATCH] Castille blockade: activists demand Prime Minister resigns now

Press Statement: Not Business-as-Usual We are here at Castille today, representing different groups and individuals who all share the same concerns, resolute and determined to convey one strong clear message: we are asking for Muscat to tender his resignation immediately! But Muscat is not...

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[ARA] Id-diskors tal-Moviment Graffitti waqt il-protesta nazzjonali tat-8 ta' Diċembru

Personalment ilni attiv fil-politika mhux partiġġjana għal dawn l-aħħar 15-il sena. Il-Moviment Graffitti ilu attiv għal 25 sena. U propju minħabba dan l-attiviżmu dejjem għaraft li f’Kastilja ma jikbrux fjuri. Iżda nammetti li dan il-livell ta’ żibel tossiku QATT ma immaġinajtu. Hekk kif...

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The Maltese System Is Inherently Filthy And Recent Revelations Prove It

Nothing beats Maltese politics – one centre-left Labour party in government implementing policies that are anything but left of centre and one centre-right Nationalist party in opposition counting how many shoes it’s got on. Both parties have their own separate issues. The Labour government has...

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Letter to Cabinet from Socialists, leftists and progressives

A letter was sent today to all members of Cabinet about the current situation in our country. The letter was signed by over 350 individuals and organisations that identify with Socialist, left-wing and progressive ideas. The signatories are expressing their outrage at the current...

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