Malta Chamber to present document on Good Governance to Prime Minister 

17th January 2020

“Ethical Business Calls for Change – a manifesto for Good Governance by the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry”, contains more than 60 concrete recommendations in favour of a culture of good governance.

The Malta Chamber is expected to present a document on good governance to the Prime Minister Dr Robert Abela during a meeting which is scheduled for this afternoon.

“Ethical Business Calls for Change – a manifesto for Good Governance by the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry”, contains more than 60 concrete recommendations in favour of a culture of good governance.

The document is the result of a decision taken by the Chamber’s Council in December 2019, in response to the legitimate concerns raised regarding the state of good governance in Malta. The council in fact established a multidisciplinary working group made up of a number of expert contributors, tasked with researching and formulating a policy document on Good Governance and Best Ethical Standards and Practices for the country, to serve as valuable guidance for the incoming Prime Minister, in his efforts to tackle, at the earliest, the need to implement the necessary reforms.

If implemented, these measures will help accelerate the process of restoring Malta’s reputation as a trusted and credible economic partner on the global scene.


20th January 2020

Malta Chamber reacts to Government implementing proposals from the document it presented to the Prime Minister titled ‘Ethical Business calls for Change – a manifesto for Good Governance’.

17th January 2020

In the past days, the Malta Chamber has embarked on a series of company visits, aimed at reaching out to the operators in several fields.

12th January 2020

The Chamber looks forward to an early meeting with the Prime Minister this week, during which it plans to present Dr Abela with a document, which was endorsed by the Chamber Council, and proposes 65 concrete recommendations aimed at solving the country’s problems with Good Governance.

10th January 2020

President Perit David Xuereb said that over the past weeks, the Chamber compiled a report, that proposed 65 concrete recommendations aimed at solving the country’s problems with good governance.