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Maltese Government Consults On Online Gambling Regulations

by Robert Lee, for LawAndTax-News.com, London

06 October 2003


Speaking at a recent seminar, chairman of the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority, Dr Joe Zammit Maempel announced that draft online gambling regulations will be circulated for discussion prior to their publication in the Government Gazette.

Although Dr Zammit Maempel explained that there had been considerable consultation with the industry and other interested parties during the drafting of the new rules, he revealed that the Maltese authorities are interested in receiving feedback on the completed draft.

"This consultation exercise showed in no uncertain terms that there would be widespread support for the government's approach in this field of gambling, not only from those who would be seeking to take advantage of the commercial opportunities that would be created, but also from those who are concerned about the proliferation of potentially under-regulated, non-Maltese gambling sites," he told delegates attending the seminar.


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