Current Affairs
Prime Minister starts calling on Valletta businesses

In the course of a visit to business outlets in Valletta, Prime Minister Robert Abela met with members of the public, shop owners and shop employees in Republic Street.

Dr Abela stated that Government is implementing and will continue to implement its promise to be close to the people, adding that he will be the one to go to the people.

In reference to Malta’s classification as a flawed democracy in The Economist’s annual index, the Prime Minister stated that the Government is working for Malta to be classified as a full democracy.

Dr Abela explained how decisions he had taken in recent days are evidence of how Government has already started to strengthen the institutions and rule of law through necessary reforms, among which the Police and the Judiciary.

More details to follow.

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