Malta Chamber, on behalf of ethical business calls for political maturity

28th November 2019

"Political rallies will only foment the current insecurity, which in turn will reflect negatively on the international stage" 

In a statement issued on Thursday, the Malta Chamber, on behalf of all ethical businesses, called on political parties to exercise maximum caution and responsibility, and avoid taking to the streets, while the country was facing one of the most challenging times in recent history.

"Political rallies will only foment the current insecurity, which in turn will reflect negatively on the international stage" the Chamber said.

The Malta Chamber therefore called on all politicians to do the right thing, and immediately start restoring Malta’s good name, in the national interest.

"In the past days, Malta’s reputation has been severely compromised. It is now time to act responsibly and ensure that justice is served. Only in this way will the country be able to calm down, heal and move forward" the Chamber concluded.


29th November 2019

This event was organised to provide businesses with information about the fiscal incentives introduced by the government in recent years, the Pension Framework and financial education for employees.

29th November 2019

On behalf of all well-spirited and ethical businesses in Malta, the Chamber called on the Prime Minister to do the right thing, and ensure that justice is delivered as soon as possible.

4th December 2019

"The Prime Minister can bring an end to this stalemate the country has crashed into. Within the context of current confusion and instability, history will remember him for it"

6th December 2019

The session also covered discussions on particular customs procedures and chartering of yachts.