Tag: good governance

Watch: “Laws alone not sufficient; a need for people with integrity”

“Governance is not as simple as your ABC, but something that evolves every day”

Malta Chamber emphasises the need for good governance for a healthy...

In the same way that we were vociferous in warning the Government to safeguard the country’s reputation

Chamber welcomes efforts to implement Venice Commission recommendations

The Chamber's president Perit David Xuereb described the move as a step "in the right direction" noting that some of its suggestion were included in the final document.

Minister Konrad Mizzi avoided meeting NAO over ITS audit

The National Audit Office (NAO) report on the spit of land in St George’s Bay known as the ITS site raised several issues of good governance.

Archbishop welcomes Malta Chamber’s ethical approach to business

A delegation from the Malta Chamber presented the recently published good governance document entitled “Ethical Business Calls for Change – a manifesto for Good Governance by the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry” to Archbishop Charles Scicluna.

Good governance and migration top agenda in Brussels meetings

Prime Minister Robert Abela met for the first time as Prime Minister the European Commissioners and European Parliament Presidents during Brussels meetings. The need for good governance and the issue of illegal immigration topped the agenda for Prime Minister Robert Abela.

Uphold the rule of law and communicate effectively says Malta Chamber

Strategic capacity, societal consultation and media and information are three key elements which the Malta Chamber of Commerce listed as issues which need to be tackled in the first order of governance.

Abela’s campaign focused on ‘continuity’ but he’s changing everything – Delia

The resignation of the Police Commissioner was overdue by two years, Delia highlighted. He added that had Lawrence Cutajar resigned earlier, a lot of issues which arose over the past months could have been avoided. 'Cutajar obstructed justice to protect criminals,' Delia claimed.

Foremost Priority: Amendments in judicial appointments – Abela

One of the foremost priorities should be the amendments in judicial appointments. This is what came out of the first Cabinet meeting under the leadership of the Prime Minister Robert Abela.

‘Gov making it difficult for businesses to open bank accounts’ –...

Leader of the Partit Nazzjonalista Adrian Delia said that there are businesses who are encountering difficulties opening a bank account due to the damage...