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List of Prime Ministers of Malta

 

List of Prime Ministers of Malta

Thirteen people have served as Prime Minister of Malta since the office was established in 1921. The post did not exist in the period between 1933 and 1947 and also in the period between 1958 and 1962.

Prime Minister Term of Office Political Party
# Portrait Name # Election Took Office Left Office
1 Joseph Howard 1921 26 October 1921 13 October 1923 Political Union
2 Francesco Buhagiar 13 October 1923 22 September 1924 Political Union
3 Ugo Pasquale Mifsud 1st 1924 September 1924 August 1927 Nationalist Party
4 Gerald Strickland 1927 August 1927 21 June 1932 Constitutional Party
(3) Ugo Pasquale Mifsud 2nd 1932 21 June 1932 2 November 1933 Nationalist Party
Office Abolished (2 November 1933 - 4 November 1947)
5 Paul Boffa 1947 4 November 1947 15 October 1949 Labour Party
15 October 1949 26 September 1950 Workers Party
6 Enrico Mizzi 1950 26 September 1950 20 December 1950 Nationalist Party
7 Giorgio Borġ Olivier 1st 20 December 1950 May 1951 Nationalist Party
2nd 1951 May 1951 1953
3rd 1953 1953 11 March 1955
8 Dom Mintoff 1st 1955 11 March 1955 26 April 1958 Labour Party
Office Abolished (26 April 1958 - 5 March 1962)
(7) Giorgio Borġ Olivier 4th 1962 5 March 1962 March 1966 Nationalist Party
5th 1966 March 1966 21 June 1971
(8) Dom Mintoff 2nd 1971 21 June 1971 18 September 1976 Labour Party
3rd 1976 18 September 1976 12 December 1981
4th 1981 12 December 1981 22 December 1984
9 Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici 22 December 1984 12 May 1987 Labour Party
10 Eddie Fenech Adami 1st 1987 12 May 1987 22 February 1992 Nationalist Party
2nd 1992 22 February 1992 28 October 1996
11 Alfred Sant 1996 28 October 1996 6 September 1998 Labour Party
(10) Eddie Fenech Adami 3rd 1998 6 September 1998 12 April 2003 Nationalist Party
4th 2003 12 April 2003 23 March 2004
12 Lawrence Gonzi 1st 23 March 2004 10 March 2008 Nationalist Party
2nd 2008 10 March 2008 11 March 2013
13 Joseph Muscat 2013 11 March 2013 Incumbent Labour Party

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