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2022

As Russia’s invasion in Ukraine continues to leave consequences, Parliament President Roberta Metsola met The Malta Chamber and the Malta Employers’ Association while visiting Malta. The goal of the visit was to briefly discuss the difficulties being faced by industries and employers as the disruption caused by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine intensify.
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Are you European? Are you creative and up for a challenge? Are you a fan of memes? If so, we have a cool competition for you that could bag you the experience of a lifetime at the European Parliament!
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From 23 to 25 May, six MEPs from the Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) came to Malta to assess the progress that was made in the investigations, trials and reforms following the murder of the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017. They collected first-hand information and assessed the situation in relation to the rule of law, recent judicial reforms, safety of journalists, anti-corruption measures, and citizenship and residence-by-investment schemes.
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Together with JCI Malta, we hosted two MEPs live and one MEP virtually at the “You Ask, MEPs Answer” event at Business Labs Malta in Birkirkara. The purpose of the event was to shed light on the work of the MEPs and to allow citizens to ask questions and gain more insight into the daily life of an MEP.
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All genders have their value, and success requires recognition of everyone’s strengths, speakers emphasised at a public discussion marking International Women’s Day. The discussion was organised by the European Parliament Liaison Office and the European Commission Representation in Malta.
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The business breakfast addressed Malta's most important points of its competitiveness: the small size of its market, its insularity, peripherality, and its current positioning in EU rules. These were the main issues tackled and emphasised by various speakers during a debate organised by the European Parliament Office in Malta and the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry on the 25th of February.
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EU Climate Pact

25-01-2022

The European Climate Pact is a movement of people united around a common cause, each taking steps to build a more sustainable Europe for us all. Launched by the European Commission, the Climate Pact is part of the European Green Deal and is helping the EU to meet its goal to be the first climate-neutral continent in the world by 2050. The main goal of the event was to bring together current and future ambassadors for the EU Climate Pact for Malta. This was organised in the context of the Conference on the Future of Europe.
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