Fabian Demicoli

Rent Reform Bill

 As European Governments are doing their utmost to support enterprise to enable employers to fall drastic negative effect of a rapidly encroaching of an extensive economic recession the Government of Malta continues in its strategy of imposing more and more pain on more and more small businesses.

The next of the chopping block are small businesses operating from a rented commercial property and who do not have the necessary contractual protection.

 

Once the rent reform bill, even as amended, is approved by parliament these businesses have no option but to plan their own closure and on how to recuperate something from the demise of the death of their business.

These are traditional businesses who have served their local community faithfully and who now rather than gratitude face the chopping block.

GRTU is doing its utmost to continue to fight for the rights of these deserving small entrepreneurs. GRTU is however facing Ministers who are determined

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