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Interesting article on the Times of Malta by Perit Michael Falzon, Honorary President of the Malta Developers Association.

Friday, February 23rd, 2018

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MDA favours strengthening of the law for better protection against fire hazards

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

The Malta Developers Association welcomes in the most positive manner the news announced by Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg that laws on protection against fires in buildings are to be consolidated as part of the reform in the construction sector.

As the Minister rightly said, the law on security against fires in buildings is currently sporadic and fragmented, and the MDA feels that this reform, which will enable the law to be strengthened in this area, is urgently needed.

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MDA confirms its confidence in its President

The Malta Developers Association refers to media reports on allegations of conflict
of interest, which its President, Mr Sandro Chetcuti, could have due to his personal
voluntary work in the political field.
The President was elected by all the members unanimously. They certainly hold different
political opinions and therefore the MDA condemns these unfounded allegations.
Contrary to what was insinuated, the President Sandro Chetcuti always worked
wholeheartedly and with integrity in the interests of its members, both with this
administration as well as with the previous government.
The MDA grew at a fast pace because the committee always put partisan politics aside, as
the MDA’s statute requires, and always focused on the need for the building industry to
progress, irrespective of who is in government.
Apart from the absolute confidence of its members, Sandro Chetcuti also enjoys the
respect of the Chamber of Architects, as well as the Real Estate Federation, which both
recognised the valuable work he is doing, as indicated in their statements in this regard.
The MDA requests the political parties not to use the association for partisan purposes in
any way.

The Malta Developers Association refers to media reports on allegations of conflict
of interest, which its President, Mr Sandro Chetcuti, could have due to his personal
voluntary work in the political field.

The President was elected by all the members unanimously. They certainly hold different
political opinions and therefore the MDA condemns these unfounded allegations.
Contrary to what was insinuated, the President Sandro Chetcuti always worked
wholeheartedly and with integrity in the interests of its members, both with this
administration as well as with the previous government.

The MDA grew at a fast pace because the committee always put partisan politics aside, as
the MDA’s statute requires, and always focused on the need for the building industry to
progress, irrespective of who is in government.

Apart from the absolute confidence of its members, Sandro Chetcuti also enjoys the
respect of the Chamber of Architects, as well as the Real Estate Federation, which both
recognised the valuable work he is doing, as indicated in their statements in this regard.
The MDA requests the political parties not to use the association for partisan purposes in
any way.

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