To protect the interests of parties in employment contracts while actively promoting a healthy employment relationship in a spirit of social partnership, and to contribute towards stable industrial relations.
The Electoral Commission is set up in terms of article 60 of the Constitution of Malta and members of the Commission are appointed by the President acting in accordance with the advice of the Prime Minister, given after he has consulted the Leader of the Opposition.
Malta was ruled by the Knights Hospitaller, or Order of Saint John, as a vassal state of the Kingdom of Sicily from 1530 to 1798. The islands of Malta and Gozo, as well as the city of Tripoli in modern Libya, were granted to the Order by Spanish Emperor Charles V in 1530, following the loss of Rhodes.
On 'Legislation Malta' you will find all the consolidated Chapters of the Laws of Malta, including their subsidiary legislation. The content is consolidated within 5 working days from the date of publication on the Government Gazette on paper, and also online in the 'Publications' section of this website, which publications include Acts, Legal Notices and Bye-Laws.
The main purpose of the MFAC is to review and assess the extent to which the fiscal and economic policy objectives proposed by the Maltese Government are being achieved and thus contribute to more transparency and clarity about the aims and effectiveness of economic policy in Malta. The MFAC is independent in the performance of its functions.
Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates is a multidisciplinary law firm set up in 2007, by its two founding partners, Dr. Malcolm Mifsud and his brother Dr. Cedric Mifsud. Situated in the heart of Malta's capital city, Valletta, this law firm prides itself in having always furnished its clients with the most effective solutions which always meet and exceed their expectations.
Ensuring that Malta’s foreign policy objectives on European Union, bilateral, regional and global issues are pursued. The Ministry also coordinates the negotiation and conclusion of bilateral agreements.
The Maltese Parliament can be described as the sum total of the constitutional experiences which the Island went through especially during the past century. The Maltese Parliament is an institution that operates under a set of rules which have been modeled on the British House of Commons’ general rules of procedure, but which have been tailored to suit the needs of a much smaller Parliament.
Under the Constitution of Malta as amended in 1974, the position of President of Malta replaced the Monarch as head of state. The position of President is elected by Parliament for a five-year term.
The Public Service consists of ministries and departments of Government. The Public Service is the core of the Government’s administrative machinery, but this machinery has other components. These include statutory authorities and agencies, Government foundations, and companies with a Government majority shareholding.