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Title: Crowns and clones in crisis. The case of Malta (and Gibraltar)
Authors: Frendo, Henry
Keywords: Constitutional history -- Malta
Malta -- History -- 1964-
Political parties -- Malta
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Frendo, H. (2017). Crowns and clones in crisis. The case of Malta (and Gibraltar).
Abstract: Much water has passed under the bridge since Malta became an independent and sovereign state on 21st September 1964, but its essentially Westminster-style Constitution has survived with often minor amendments and changes to respond to certain circumstances as these arose. Such amendments have been largely the result of electoral quirks which needed a remedy, but some have also been political and seminal.
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