Archbishop Charles J Scicluna urged the members of the Armed Forces of Malta to uphold the values which the country and its constitution are based upon, to shun racial prejudice and use compassion.
President decides that Delia should stay on despite losing confidence vote
Dr Giovanni Bonello, formerly judge in the European Court of Human Rights and legal heavyweight said that the relevant section of the constitution at the present juncture is Article 90(4).
The qualities of leadership and good governance have come under the spotlight again this week.
Speaking to Newsbook.com.mt, both Judge Emeritus Giovanni Bonello and lawyer Franco Debono said that if in the judgement of the President, the Leader of the Opposition has ceased to command the support of the largest single group of MPs in Opposition, then the President shall revoke the appointment.
Archbishop Charles Scicluna said that it’s positive that Malta’s PM Robert Abela regards every life as indispensable.
When asked about the reference to Catholic religion in the consitution and whether this should be changed, Abela said there are a number of issues which require attention and changes in the constitution, however religion is not one of those.
Former European Commissioner and constitutional lawyer Tonio Borg believes some changes to the Constitution are needed but there is no need to...
A new book, ‘Leading Cases in Maltese Constitutional Law’ containing a hundred judgments was launched on Friday evening.