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Social and Cultural Traits in Malta

SocialThe Maltese Constitution provides for freedom of religion but establishes Roman Catholicism as the state religion. According to the CIA World Factbook, 98% of the population claim to be Roman Catholic, though the Church of Malta suggests that only 52.6% of the population regularly attended religious services. Nonetheless, Malta still feels strong political influence from Catholicism, being the only European country outlawing abortion, and with divorce having only being made legal in 2011.


 

 




Moving to Malta

If you are considering moving to Malta or are soon to depart, you can find helpful information and advice in the Expat Briefing dedicated Malta section including; details of immigration and visas, Maltese forums, Maltese event listings and service providers in Malta.

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Living in Malta

From your safety to shoppingliving in Malta can yield great benefits as well as occasional drawbacks.  Find your feet and stay abreast of the latest developments affecting expats in Malta with relevant news and up-to-date information.

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Working in Malta

Working in Malta can be rewarding as well as stressful, if you don't plan ahead and fulfill any legal requirements. Find out about visas and passports, owning and operating a company in Malta, and general Maltese culture of the labour market.

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