That’s why the state of the Rule of Law in Malta (and in all other countries within the EU) and matters pertaining to it are not just a national matter but an EU matter.
Nothing wrong Robert? Think again
The aspiring Prime Minister of Malta does not understand that the possibility or perception of conflicts of interest are considered as actual conflicts of interest at law.
Respect for the rule of law is essential for the very functioning of the EU: for the effective application of EU law, for the proper functioning of the internal market, for maintaining an investment-friendly environment and for mutual trust. The core of the rule of law is effective judicial protection, which requires the independence, quality and efficiency of national justice systems.
No, it’s not ok for MPs to hold posts in the executive
Since the practice of such appointments goes against the principles of good governance and the spirit and intent of the constitution, they corrupt the Rule of Law.