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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 11 DECEMBER 2022 • ISSUE 1206 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY PAGES 10-11 FREE WITH MALTATODAY! €1.95 Starting to feel like Christmas! What's on this Yuletide season in our special edition MT3 maltatoday Doctors' conference to deliberate on terminations, in proposed tweak to law MATTHEW VELLA THE government is consider- ing introducing tweaking its proposed amendment to Mal- ta's abortion ban, by introduc- ing a clinical conference of two or three doctors on decisions requiring the termination of a pregnancy when the mother's life or health is in danger. The addition of a conference of doctors, which would include the mother's family doctor apart from hospital clinical chairs, would add a layer of delibera- tion over decisions to terminate a foetal life when this endangers the life and health of the moth- er, just as in cases for the remov- al of life support. PAGE 4 CHRIS FEARNE Interviewed MT2 Inside · EDITORIAL Those who wage a 'culure' war MT2 · Referendum in 2023? Pro-lifers could consider it PG 14 · A quiet revolution: why Malta could go Ireland's way PG 12-13 KURT SANSONE CHRIS Fearne emerges as the top performing minister in Robert Abela's Cabinet, fol- lowed by Ian Borg and Clyde Caruana, a MaltaToday sur- vey shows. Fearne, who doubles up as health and deputy prime minister, was indicated as the top performer by 12.5% of respondents, double that of the closest Cabinet col- league, Ian Borg. This is the first survey to ask people to rate their min- isters since the March gen- eral election, which saw the Labour Party secure its third consecutive term. Fearne emerges as the top performer among men and women, all age groups and in three of the six regions, plac- ing second in the rest. Fearne is top minister across both party voters and ages MaltaToday Survey Katya Saunders Tribute to one of Malta's first openly trans personalities PAGE 8

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