Maltese Parliament Unanimously Approves Constitutional Reforms

Last Wednesday, various amendments to the Constitution of Malta were passed unanimously by the Maltese Parliament. These historical amendments are the most remarkable since the island became a Republic back in 1974. One significant reform affirms that the next President is to be appointed by a parliamentary majority of at least two thirds, rather than … Continue reading Maltese Parliament Unanimously Approves Constitutional Reforms

Putin’s rule extended until 2036

Russia has once again voted in favour of the constitutional changes which thereby allow Vladimir Putin to run for President again. In view of this, Putin could hold office as President until 2036. A total of 65% of the population exercised their voting rights in the election, which bore the following results: 78% voted in … Continue reading Putin’s rule extended until 2036