Malta set to end golden passport scheme amid EU pressure - reports 

Mark Battersby
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Senior Malta government sources, including cabinet ministers, civil servants and external advisers, have told Times of Malta that its prime minister Robert Abela is considering ending the programme.  The paper reported on 20 April that sources said Abela has been presented with a Goldilocks assortment of options ranging from the piping hot move to end the scheme to a cold redrafting. Abela is understood to be weighing whether to halt passport sales outright, setting a cut-off date within the next few years - roughly 2025 - or reworking the scheme for a second time.  The European Co...

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