Freedom of Information
Structure , functions and responsibilities:
The MCC is an extra budgetary unit and an entity falling under the remit of the Ministry for Tourism. Its functions are vested by the Minister, upon a Board of Management which is composed of a chairman, seven members and a secretary. The mission of the MCC is to strive to provide business conferences, leisure and banqueting facilities, of the highest quality standard through effective teamwork and constant attention to detail. MCC strives to go beyond expectation of its guests and provides them with an experience unsurpassed in the industry. It strives to be the choice, in the hub of the Mediterranean, for present and future customers.
Click here to view the MCC Organisational Chart.
Documents and manuals held by the entity:
- Agreements with suppliers in the normal course of business
- Agreements with customers
- Files related to procurements
- Agreements for acquisition of immovable property
- Financial documents, including audited accounts, related to the activity of the entity
- Documents related to internal procedures
- Files related to recruitment
- Personal files of the employees
- Agenda items and minutes of meetings
- Collective agreement handbook
FOI Officers’ Details:
Tel – 00356 255 95 252 / 268
Email – [email protected]
FOI requests may be submitted by e-mail to [email protected], through the FOI Portal www.foi.gov.mt via the e-ID or through the online form.
Details of internal complaints procedure:
An applicant whose request for information is refused, or who is otherwise not satisfied with the information provided, its format or the extension of the deadline for the submission of the notification indicating whether a request would be met or not, may submit a complaint by e-mail to [email protected], through the FOI Portal www.foi.gov.mt via the e-ID or through the online form. The complaint should be addressed to the FOI Officer, who shall bring the complaint to the attention of the Chief Executive Officer. The officer responsible shall reply to the applicant within 10 working days from the receipt of the complaint. The applicant shall also be informed that he or she may appeal the decision or otherwise address a complaint to the Information and Data Protection Commissioner in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (Cap. 496 of the Laws of Malta). The officer responsible shall inform the applicant of the decision taken with respect to his or her complaint, and in the event of confirmation of a decision not to release the pertinent information, shall explain the reasons thereof. Whenever the applicant’s complaint is related to the format of the information provided or to an extension of the deadline for the submission of the notification indicating whether a request would be met or not by the Ministry, and the original decision is upheld, the applicant shall be given an explanation as to why his or her complaint cannot be positively addressed. An applicant may also make use of the Internal Complaints Procedure to report failure to meet deadlines or to send notifications. In those cases where the request for information can be met, but has not been met within the deadlines specified by the Act, the officer responsible shall waive any applicable fees for the submission of information.
Working Hours (Winter – 07:00 – 16:30/Summer – 07:00 – 13:00)Payment Modalities- Cheques should be made payable to MCC.
Mediterranean Conference Centre, Triq L-IsptarValletta VLT 1645, Malta General Lines: +356 21 243 840 – 3