Tag: Parliamentary Question
The Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority has received 105 complaints concerning refunds and other payments over the cancellation of holidays or travel this year, Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia-Portelli has confirmed.
Infrastructure Malta is planning to modify the street levels at St George’s Bay in Birżebbuġa to address longstanding flooding problems, with Transport Minister Ian Borg stating that works would start as soon as a procurement process is concluded.
Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo expressed his concern that thousands of Maltese nationals living in the UK risked losing many of the rights they have enjoyed as European citizens once Brexit becomes final at the end of the year.
The minister responsible for hunting – Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri – confirmed that he was not one of the signatories to the controversial agreement that handed over the Miżieb and Aħrax woodlands to the FKNK hunters’ federation.
As the chief executive of the Malta Gaming Authority and subsequently of the Malta Financial Services Authority, it was up to Joseph Cuschieri himself to authorise his own travel expenses, information tabled in Parliament shows.
17 associations have received over €100,000 in funding this year through the government’s Animal Welfare Fund, tables figured in Parliament show.
The removal of the “container classrooms” – the prefabricated classrooms set up as a temporary solution to overcrowding – at the St Paul’s Bay Primary School is in the cards, but is awaiting the conclusion of a procurement process.