2014 in Malta
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The following lists events from 2014 in Malta.
- President: George Abela (until 4 April), Marie Louise Coleiro Preca (starting 4 April)
- Prime Minister: Joseph Muscat
- 4 April – Marie Louise Coleiro Preca succeeded George Abela as President of Malta.
- 14 April – Malta became the first European state to add recognition of gender identity to its constitution as a protected category.
- 9-21 May – Malta hosted the 2014 UEFA European Under-17 Championship.
- 24 May – European Parliament election took place. Joseph Muscat won the election, being a member of European Parliament from 2014 to 2019.
- 20 June – The Civil Unions Act, 2014 was published, the Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security published a regulations, based on which, the country recognises same-sex unions performed abroad, regarded by the Ministry as having equivalent status to Malta's civil unions.
- 15 November – The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 was held at Malta Shipbuilding in Marsa.
- 21-22 November – The Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2015 was also held at Malta Shipbuilding in Marsa.
- Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014
- 2013–14 Maltese Premier League
- Malta at the 2014 Winter Olympics
- 2013–14 Maltese FA Trophy
- Public holidays in Malta
- New buses arrive in Malta - 45 new buses to enter service in coming weeks, Times of Malta 16 May 2014
- Maltese flag debuts in Winter Olympics - People's Daily Online
- Dalli, Miriam (16 April 2014). "Transgender Europe applauds Malta for naming gender identity". Malta Today. Retrieved 16 April 2014.
- Malta, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan pciked for U17s - Under-17 - News - UEFA.com
- Labour supporters celebrate big election victory - Majority exceeds 33,000 votes, 54% - Muscat says outcome better than expected - timesofmalta.com
- (Maltese) "Se jibdew jiġu rrikonoxxuti unjonijiet ċivili barranin". iNews Malta. 20 June 2014. Retrieved 21 June 2014.
- "Malta boat sinking 'leaves 500 dead' - IOM". BBC News. 15 September 2014. Retrieved 9 November 2014.
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