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Title: India and Malta : a parallel from the constitutional muddle in Malta
Keywords: Speeches, addresses, etc. -- Malta -- 20th century
Strickland, Gerald, Baron, 1861-1940
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321
Mizzi, Nerik, 1885-1950
Constitution -- Malta -- History
Anglo-Maltese relations
Issue Date: 1934
Publisher: Sunday Referee
Citation: India and Malta : a parallel from the constitutional muddle in Malta. (1934). England: Sunday Referee
Abstract: Articles from different sources have been added together to form a book. These articles contain details on Malta's constitution, Anglo-Maltese relations, speeches by Gerald Strickland and Enrico Mizzi and a comparison between India and Malta's constitution during the 20th century.
Description: Contents: Lord Strickland replies to Malta charges : the language question (reprinted from the "Sunday Referee", August 12, 1934) - The constitution of Malta : the Nationalist administration (reprinted from the "Times of Malta", August 8, 1934) - Malta's lesson for India : futile safeguards (reprinted from the "Daily Mail", August 2, 1934) - The two Dr. Mizzi's : which should be believed? (reprinted from the "Times of Malta", May 16, 1934) - The Dante Alighieri society : disloyalty in this fortress (reprinted from the "Times of Malta", May 16, 1934) - Summary of the position in Malta - The Governor's case in his own words : General Sir David Campbell's speech - Lord Strickland's comments on the Governor's speech - Methods of Nationalist leaders (extract from the evidence of Lord Strickland given before the Malta Royal Commission, 1931) - Lord Strickland's official statement to His Majesty's Government.
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