Malta - Foreign contracts should be audited in parliament - March 31, 2016

The Confederation of Malta Trade Unions demands that before final agreements on employees’ working conditions are signed, any deals signed by the government with foreign entrepreneurs should be tabled in Parliament and independently audited. In a statement, the CMTU said it is supporting the stand taken by the UHM Voice of the Workers and the Medical Association of Malta on the privatisation of the Gozo Hospital, Karen Grech Hospital and St Luke’s Hospital. The CMTU also called for an audit by the National Audit Office on the government’s agreements – including those that have not yet been finalised - with Vitalis Global Healthcare, the winning bidder for the €200 million project.

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