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Malta needs a secular Constitution

The Malta Humanist Association is concerned at the direction which the President’s forum for Constitutional reform appears to be taking. At a public session of the forum last Saturday, former US ambassador Prof. Douglas Kmiec recommended the inclusion of a Constitutional preamble which would refer to the existence of a ‘Creator’: implying that the values …

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The Constitution of Malta – A Living Document

The attached article is written by Joseph Vella, a Maltese migrant living in the USA. The following is his preamble followed by the article – Driven by an unshakeable belief that a solitary voice crying in the wilderness is able to reach many, I have placed my thoughts on paper in respect to an overriding …

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