Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat on Monday was sworn in for a second term after calling for a snap election in May. Muscat's Labour Party won 55 percent of the vote Saturday, giving it a clear majority in the parliament. Muscat, 43, called for the special election a year early after allegations surfaced of improper business dealings by his wife and some of his associates. Muscat has denied the charges.
June 6 / On Top Magazine