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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 7 DECEMBER 2022 • ISSUE 822 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 The beautiful game's biggest competition is underway in Qatar, the first Arab country to host the World Cup. Only three days in, the tournament has already served up a few surprises: Lionel Messi's Argentina were beaten by Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, while England kicked off their cam- paign with a convincing 6-3 victory over Iran. Stay up to date with MaltaToday's live coverage of all the matches. Women should not be told what to do by politicians, the clergy or NGOs - Owen Bonnici THE WORLD CUP 2022 LIVE-CENTRE Scan the QR Code to go to our Live-Centre, featuring match commentary, results, fixtures and the latest news from on and off the pitch. House Public Accounts Committee's Electrogas hearings Former finance minister plays down 'kitchen cabinet' comment PAGE 7 MARIANNA CALLEJA NOT politicians, not the clergy, nor NGOs should be deciding whether a woman terminates her pregnancy to safeguard her health or life, Ow- en Bonnici said. The Culture Minister insisted such a decision rests with the parties and their doctors, when speaking in parliament on the decriminalisation of abortion if a woman's health or life is at risk. The debate on the amendment to the Criminal Code put for- ward by government is at Second Reading stage. Such an amendment, Bonnici said, marks government's will- ingness to truly protect women's health. He started his speech by referring to three cases involving women who either died or suffered health consequences after they were de- nied an abortion in Ireland. Owen Bonnici

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