The Government of Malta for the first time in history publicly announced the selection of candidates for the post of Malta Gaming Authority (Gambling regulator of the industry). According to the minister of economics, it will provide transparency and greater trust in the appointment.

Through an open contest, appointments and other high-ranking positions in other fields are planned. This movement towards openness is designed to raise confidence in Malta in the world community. Their high-ranking faces have not been accused of corruption.

And the fact that corruption has strengthened in the Maltese Tip, confirms the murder of a journalist Daphne Karuana Galicia in 2017, which investigated illegal cases of officials. Accused of registered murder, a big businessman, is now sitting in prison. And recently it became known about Relations of the latest MGA director with this businessman. His predecessor was also well familiar with this person.