Malta - Industrial Tribunal Law called ‘unconstitutional - February 29, 2016

The government confirmed that it had asked the Attorney General to draft amendments to an Industrial Tribunal law after a court found it to be in breach of the constitution. The constitutional court upheld a judgment presented in 2015 by a judge who had ruled that the law which establishes Industrial Tribunal was unconstitutional. It was established that the law establishing the Industrial Tribunal did not guarantee independence and impartiality.

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