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Malta: Government’s ‘superficial’ Venice Commission proposals don’t address corruption, PM’s excessive powers – Repubblika

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The proposals for institutional reform drawn up by the government only superficially address the Venice Commission’s concerns about the state of affairs in Malta, Repubblika said.

The NGO said that the government had failed to sufficiently tackle two of the Commission’s overarching concerns – institutionalised corruption and the prime minister’s excessive powers.

Source: Malta Today

Updated 15:50pm

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