Malta Chamber of SMEs participates during SMILES final conference
17 September 2021
The final conference gives important recommendations for the future of EU Semester from SMEs’ perspective...
GRTU repeatedly stressed that under OPM instructions Government Department Secretaries and Authorities are obliged to consult stakeholders affected by any proposed Legal Notice or Legislation. OPM circular also insists on the drawing of a mitigation plan to relieve any dysfunctional impact of any proposed new legislative measures.
This OPM is apparently a dead letter or otherwise it is held as a top security item as never is any report published that declares with whom of the stakeholders has the consultation been done and what mitigation action has been proposed to alleviate any negative economic or social impact.
Is it possible that no member of parliament demands this information? Why Legal Notices are laid on the table of the House of Representatives? As the GRTU.
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