Tagged: Malta

Malta, an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea, boasts a rich historical and cultural tapestry. Governed as a parliamentary republic, Malta’s political landscape is marked by a robust two-party system, with the Malta Labour Party (MLP) and the Nationalist Party (PN) as the major political forces. The nation gained independence from British rule in 1964 and later became a republic in 1974. Malta’s strategic location has made it a historical crossroads, witnessing influences from Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, and the Knights of St. John. The capital, Valletta, a UNESCO World Heritage site, showcases a blend of medieval and Baroque architecture. Malta’s economy has undergone diversification, with sectors like tourism, financial services, and gaming contributing significantly. The Maltese islands, including Gozo and Comino, are renowned for their archaeological sites, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant festivals like Carnival and festas dedicated to patron saints. Malta’s commitment to European integration is evident as a member of the European Union since 2004 and the adoption of the euro in 2008. While the nation has enjoyed economic prosperity, it faces challenges such as environmental sustainability, housing affordability, and social inequality. Malta continues to navigate its identity as a Mediterranean island nation, balancing tradition with modernization and actively participating in global diplomatic initiatives. INTERSHIPPINGRATES: Features democracy and rights of Malta.

Malta Population 2014

Malta 2014

Yearbook 2014 Malta. Malta population in 2020 is estimated at 441,554. Malta was planning to start offering a limited number of Maltese passports to people unrelated to Malta who were willing to pay. However,...