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Title: Acting in the public interest... whatever that might mean
Authors: Aquilina, Kevin
Keywords: Government attorneys -- Malta
Public interest -- Malta
Attorneys general -- Malta
Attorneys general's opinions -- Malta
Constitutional law -- Malta
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Standard Publications Ltd.
Citation: Aquilina, K. (2023, November 5). Acting in the public interest... whatever that might mean. The Malta Independent on Sunday, pp. 10, 17.
Abstract: Article 91A of the Constitution of Malta sets out the duties of the State Advocate. It reads as follows: 'The State Advocate shall be the advisor to Government in matters of law and legal opinion. He shall act in the public interest and shall safeguard the legality of State action. The State Advocate shall also perform such other duties and functions as may he conferred upon him by this Constitution or by any law. In the exercise of his functions, the State Advocate shall act in his individual judgment and he shall not be subject to the direction or control of any other person or authority'.
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