Op-ed: Constitutional reform in Malta needs to start with the basic building blocks of democracy
By 14 February 2019
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Malta’s Constitution should be regarded as a living document: one that reflects our values and aspirations. These, naturally, change over time and it is consequently logical that this is reflected in an up-dated Constitution. Unfortunately, we have only very rarely had the opportunity to consider updates to our Constitution, except in times of political turmoil. The current endeavours of HE President Marie-Louise Coleiro-Preca in leading a steering committee to pave the way for a Constitutional Convention is unique in our constitutional history: it is an experiment which should be allowed to mature.
Read the full article here: The Malta Independent