District 2, Malta

District 2 is an electoral district in Malta.[1][2] It was established in 1921. Its boundaries have changed many times but it currently consists of the localities of Il-Birgu, L-Isla, Bormla, Ħaż-Żabbar, Il-Kalkara, Ix-Xgħajra and Il-Fgura.

District 2
Parliament of Malta Constituency
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District within Malta
Current constituency
Created1962
Seats5

RepresentativesEdit

1889-1921: one seatEdit

Election Representative
1889 Sigismondo Savona
1892 Latterio Vallone
1895 Ernesto Manara
1898 Paolo Sammut
1900 Emmanuel Testaferrata Bonnici Axiaq
1904 Paolo Sammut
1909 Emmanuele Said
1911 vacant
1912 G Caruana Mamo
1915 Giuseppe Vassallo
1917 Giov. Gabaretta

1921-present: five seatsEdit

Election Representatives
1921 Vincenzo Farrugia
(Labour)
Augusto Bartolo
(Conservative)
Emmanuele Said
(UPM)
Enrico Dandria
(UPM)
4 seats
1921–1939
1924 Alberto Magri
(DNP)
1927 Anthony Montano
(Conservative)
Alfredo W. Azzopardi
(Nationalist)
1932 Robert V. Galea
(Conservative)
Alberto Mizzi
(Nationalist)
1939 Albert V. Bartoli
(Conservative)
Henry Sacco
(Conservative)
Roger Strickland
(Conservative)
Enrico Mizzi
(Nationalist)
1945 Ant. Schembri Adami
(Labour)
Arthur F. Colombo
(Labour)
Godwin G. Ganado
(Labour)
Robert Bencini
(Labour)
Henry Jones
(Independent)
1947 Agatha Barbara
(Labour)
Guze Attard Bezzina
(Labour)
John Raimondo
(Labour)
Nestu Laviera
(Labour)
Joseph Agius Muscat
(Nationalist)
1950 Daniel Piscopo
(Labour)
Anglu Boffa
(Workers')
Giuseppe Agius Muscat
(Nationalist)
1951 Dom Mintoff
(Labour)
Joseph F. Cassar Galea
(Nationalist)
1953 Antonio Paris
(Nationalist)
1955 Duminku Mintoff
(Labour)
1962 Espedito Catania
(Nationalist)
1966 Josie Muscat
(Nationalist)
Ugo Mifsud Bonniċi
(Nationalist)
1971 Dom Mintoff
(Labour)
1976 Joseph Saliba
(Labour)
Lorry Sant
(Labour)
1981 Freddie Bartolo
(Labour)
Joseph (Joe) Grima
(Labour)
Piju Busuttil
(Labour)
1987 Joe Mizzi
(Labour)
Salvu Sant
(Labour)
Wenzu Mintoff
(Labour)
Manuel Borda
(Nationalist)
1992 Edwin Grech
(Labour)
Dom Mintoff
(Labour)
1996 Christopher Agius
(Labour)
Lawrence Gonzi
(Nationalist)
1998 Rita Law
(Labour)
Carmelo Mifsud Bonnici
(Nationalist)
2003 Stefan Buontempo
(Labour)
2008 Joseph Muscat
(Labour)
Stephen Spiteri
(Nationalist)
2013
2017 Glenn Bedingfield
(Labour)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gauci, Salv. (23 April 2012). "Constitution of Malta. Article 61 - Electoral Divisions" (PDF). The Malta Government Gazette (18904). Retrieved 26 August 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Electoral Divisions". Electoral Commission Malta. Retrieved 30 January 2019.
  3. ^ https://parlament.mt/en/13th-leg/political-groups/