The Office of the Ombudsman Participates in Local Councils Association Plenary Session

The Office of the Ombudsman participated in the Plenary Session of the Local Councils Association, marking the 30th anniversary of local government. At the event, the Office of the Ombudsman showcased a dedicated stand. It offered information about its roles, services, and the support it can provide to local councils in their interactions with government departments. This initiative was part of a broader series of outreach initiatives undertaken by the Office. The intent behind these efforts is to bring the Office of the Ombudsman closer to the public, helping to improve the overall effectiveness of public administration.

The Parliamentary Ombudsman, Judge Emeritus Joseph Zammit McKeon, was among the attendees. He visited the stand and interacted with mayors and councillors from various localities.

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