“The Malta Humanist Association first, but unsuccessfully, lobbied ten years ago for a census question about religion. This time around, our submission through the consultation process has been accepted,” Christian Colombo told Lovin Malta.

“For the first time in Malta, a question in the current census is gathering data about religious affiliation, including the option for those having no religion to say so.”

“We hope this will help policy makers gain an accurate picture of diversity and secularism in Malta, and we urge all those who now have no religious belief, regardless of background or upbringing, to choose this option,” he continued.

You Can Now Officially Say You Don’t Believe In God In Malta’s National Census