An overview of the salient measures introduced.
Published by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
Read the findings here.
Education in Malta is compulsory for all children and youths from five to sixteen years and is largely based on the British curriculum. In Malta, there are three types of schools: state schools, church schools and independent schools. State schools, funded by the Government, are free to all students and offered in main towns and […]
The Nomad Residence Permit (NRP) has been officially launched on the 2nd of June 2021, as announced by the Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship and Communities. This residency scheme will be regulated by the Residency Malta Agency, the government entity also responsible for managing and promoting the Malta Permanent Residency Programme (MPRP). The Malta NRP seeks […]
EU Survey: Parlemeter 2020: A Glimpse of Certainty in Uncertain Times
Issued by the Community Malta Agency
An overview of the key fiscal and economic points from the Malta Budget 2021