Hemp and cannabis are not distinguished in the Maltese regulatory framework, and the country lacks a legal regime for the cultivation and processing of hemp. We expect significant developments in the hemp and cannabis sector in Malta, as heated public debate over cannabis-derived products has been going on for the past few months, since Parliament passed a law to legalise recreational cannabis in December 2021.

This report provides a detailed overview of the current regulatory framework in place for hemp, cannabinoids and cannabis, covering everything from processing and cultivation to finished products, import/export and the countries medical and recreational cannabis regime.

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Sergi Riudalbàs Clemente

Legal analyst
Sergi holds a Master’s degree in European Union Law from the University of Amsterdam, where he also participated in the Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic. He graduated in Law from the University of Barcelona in 2019. He worked as a legal research intern at Global Human Rights Defence, an NGO that monitors human rights violations worldwide. He also engaged in a traineeship program in an Egyptian law firm in 2019, arranged by AIESEC.

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