Malta needs more robust action against corruption

The Council of Europe has issued a report on corruption in Malta, noting that the country “has on paper an impressive arsenal of public institutions involved in checks and balances but their effectiveness is being questioned in recent years.” Senior government officials and the Maltese Police are among those that need to do better, according to the review, which also states “Certain institutions, such as the Permanent Commission against Corruption, have not produced concrete results after 30 years of existence.”

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