If you follow Lovin Malta, you’ve probably seen a good amount of content branded with an Ewropej logo and disclaimer.
However, you may be wondering what exactly this initiative is that brings the European Parliament and its extensive work right to your screens.
Alongside Malta Today, Lovin Malta will keep you updated on the latest happenings from the European Parliament in the run-up to the MEP Elections to be held on 6th June 2024 – bringing its work closer to all Maltese people, and keeping you informed on everything happening that will affect your daily lives.
This initiative, part-funded by the European Parliament, will allow us to cover everything from Maltese MEPs to initiatives and schemes that will help shape the European Union and help improve your quality of life.
Articles and videos are being created on everything from proposals, engaging discussions, and laws implemented on various current topics facing the EU.
We’ve even gone to visit the European Parliament buildings ourselves.
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Lovin Malta had its first edition of this initiative back in 2021 and it lasted over a year. Well, we’ve decided to bring it back in line with the upcoming elections that will determine who will represent Malta in the parliament of one of the most important regional organisations in the world.
The EU is considered integral for Malta, it allows us to be linked to Europe and hold a stronger negotiating position on topics like energy, import tax, and gender-based violence. Not only this, but Maltese MEPs have reached new heights at the EU, like actually becoming EP President (Roberta Metsola, we’re looking at you), representing our island nation as one that strives to encompass all, or at least most, of what the EU stands for.
It is for this reason that Maltese people should be able to easily access everything they need to know about the day-to-day in Brussels and Strasbourg. So stay tuned for everything Ewropej!
This action was co-financed by the European Union in the frame of the European Parliament’s grant programme in the field of communication. The European Parliament was not involved in its preparation and is, in no case, responsible for or bound by the information or opinions expressed in the context of this action. In accordance with applicable law, the authors, interviewed people, publishers or programme broadcasters are solely responsible. The European Parliament can also not be held liable for direct or indirect damage that may result from the implementation of the action.
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