STRENGTHENING WELL-BEING NOT SUBSTANCE USE: STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION AND THE CHURCH SCHOOLS’ ASSOCIATION ON CANNABIS WHITE PAPER

May 10, 2021

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44 MT STQARRIJA KANNABIS SKEJJEL TAL-KNISJA
44 EN STATEMENT CANNABIS CHURCH SCHOOLS

We are aware that most of you share our concerns on this matter and are therefore appealing once again to each so we may collectively make our voice heard. With this intent we have prepared the letters below which you are free to use at your discretion when sending feedback on publicconsultation.mjeg@gov.mt, and which you may also choose to send to all Members of Parliament in your district. Contacts of all Members of Parliament may be found at: https://parlament.mt/en/13th-leg/political-groups/. Together we can make a difference!

Letters for your reference:

Ittra tal-genituri bil-Malti
Parents’ Letter for MPs

Thank you for supporting us protect the wellbeing of the Maltese society.

Best regards,

Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, Ms Daniela Camilleri Sacco, Mr Edwin Ungaro and Ms Gabby Abela.

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