Tag: Commission

Next six months will be crucial for EU, Commission president says

The German presidency of the European Union will be crucial for the bloc's future

Giegold calls on EU to initiate suspension procedures against Malta

MEP Sven Giegold has called on the Von der Layen commission

Updated: Dalli given the nod by committees and will pass for...

In her grilling in front of the EU, prospective commissioner Helena Dalli vowed to 'stay strong' on Sexual and Reproductive rights without exception. These include abortion as a right.

Deadline for importation of new petrol and diesel engine will be...

The Ministry for the Environment said that the deadline for the importation of new petrol and diesel powered cars into Malta will be announced...

Should Malta introduce a landfill tax to deal with waste?

A new EU report on Malta’s environmental management calls for the introduction of a new landfill tax.As one of the proposals put forward by...

Progress at a snail’s pace – EU on gender inequalities

On the occasion of this year's International Women's Day, the Commission has published its 2019 report on equality between women and men in the EU. The good news, said the Commission, is that Europe is making progress; however, we must speed up change.

PM says running for EU top job a possibility; winning is...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has said that he hasn’t ruled out eyeing up one of the key positions in the European Union, but he...

Malta-Algeria Joint Commission re-opens after 3 decades

The foreign ministers of Malta and Algeria met today for the first time in 30 years for the re-opening of the Malta-Algeria Joint Commission.This...

Venice Commission suggests creation of independent prosecutor

The Venice Commission report recommends the creation of an independent Director of Public Prosecutions.One of the five recommendations put forward by the Venice Commission,...

Judicial investigation: “Let’s stop kidding ourselves” – Mr Justice Degaetano

Mr Justice Vincent Degaetano, currently serving on the benches of the European Court of Human Rights said that it is a ‘myth’ that in...