Monday,
05 December 2022

Malta

MUMN wants makeshift wards at Mater Dei closed (3)
MUMN orders nurses at the makeshift wards in the medical library and staff canteen to refuse new admissions 5 December 2022, 1:04pm by Kurt Sansone MUMN wants two makeshift wards closed now that the courts have imposed an injunction on industrial action Elderly patients at Mater Dei Hospital have started being transferred to St Vincent de Paul after a court-imposed injunction forced the nurses' union to lift industrial action.
Human rights and fundamental freedoms: joint statement to the OSCE Ministerial Council 2022 (2)
Finnish Ambassador to the OSCE, Vesa H"akkinen, says we must speak out when democratic principles, human rights and fundamental freedoms are violated or abused. From: Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office and Finnish Ambassador to the OSCE Vesa H"akkinen Published 5 December 2022 Location: L'od'z, Poland Delivered on: 2 December 2022 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered) I have the honour to make this statement on behalf of the following 43
Council of Europe says abortion amendment bill is 'step to protect women's rights' (2)
Monday, 5 December 2022, 11:46 Last update: about 2 hours ago The bill to decriminalise the termination of pregnancies when the mother's life or health is at serious risk has been described as 'a first imperative step to protect women's rights' by the Council of Europe's Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović. In a statement in which she referred to the proposed bill as 'decriminalising abortion' when a woman's life or health is at risk,
Protests in Malta as parliament debates abortion amendment (1)
05 Dec 2022 03:34AM (Updated: 05 Dec 2022 03:34AM) VALLETTA: A large picture of an unborn baby was placed outside the office of Malta's prime minister on Sunday (Dec 4) as demonstrators called on the government to halt plans to amend the country's strict anti-abortion laws. The protest, the biggest in years, attracted several thousand people including Malta's top Catholic bishop and the leader of the conservative
[WATCH] Robert Abela won't back down on health principles of abortion amendment (1)
He added that he did not always agree with the position of President Emeritus Marie Louise Coleiro Preca on past social reforms, including divorce and IVF 5 December 2022, 2:01pm by Nicole Meilak Prime Minister Robert Abela remained steadfast on keeping the health of the mother at the centre of an amendment to Malta's abortion law, which will decriminalise abortion when a woman's life and health is at danger.
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