The credit rating agency confirmed Malta's rating at A (High) and the trend on all ratings is 'Stable'.
The Gozitan Opposition MPs called on the Government to consider financial measures which are specifically designed to help the local economy in Gozo, ensuring that jobs are safeguarded.
In recent days protesters have gathered outside the homes of ministers including Transport Minister Jose Luis Abalos and the home shared by Vice President Pablo Iglesias and Equality Minister Irene Montero.
will enable public guarantees on loans to support the Maltese economy during the coronavirus outbreak.
"To minimise the larger damage to the economy and to speed recovery from the crises, we are ready to further stimulate the economy from the budget," Finance Minister Martin Helme told a news conference.
"Should we replace Malta's natural beauty with blocks of concrete and more money? Is it really worth to get richer at the expense of the younger generations that cannot make ends meet due to the high rents and expensive real estate?" Archbishop Scicluna asked.
PN finance spokesman Mario de Marco warns that an economic slowdown may impact government revenues.