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Public Consultations Online

In the spirit of openness and transparency, the Government through this platform, encourages the general public, civil society organisations, trade unions, business organisations, political parties, governmental institutions and all others that would like to contribute, to participate in the process of online public consultation. 
Consultation Ministry Dept./Entity Date Published Closing Date Stage Status

PHD Laboratory FeesMSDECPlant Health Directorate26/10/201623/11/2016OpenNEW
Child Day Care FacilitiesOPMPlanning Authority26/10/201606/12/2016OpenNEW
Renewal and variation of the IPPC permit for Delimara Power StationMSDECEnvironment & Resources Authority20/10/201617/11/2016Open
Residual ADR RegulationsMSDCMCCAA14/10/201629/10/2016Open
The Medicines Authority 2016-2020 StrategyMSDCMedicines Authority11/10/201601/11/2016Open
Towards More Road Safety – October 2016MJCL10/10/201615/11/2016Open
National Alcohol PolicyMFSS07/10/201617/11/2016Open

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MEUSAC’ consultation process is to facilitate discussion between Government and civil society on draft EU legislation and policies, as well as on the transposition of EU directives).

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