Regions of Malta
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Malta is subdivided into 5 regions. Three regions were originally created by the Local Councils Act of 1993, and were integrated into the constitution in 2001. Two of the regions were split into smaller ones by Act No. XVI of 2009, and now there are five regions.
Each region has a Regional Committee, which consists of a Regional President, a Vice President, an Executive Secretary and between 10 and 14 members.
|Region||Seat||Largest city||Area||Population (2013)||Population density||Established|
|Central Region||San Ġwann||Birkirkara||23.6 km2 (9.1 sq mi)||112,751||4,800/km2 (12,000/sq mi)||2009|
|Gozo Region||Victoria||Victoria||68.7 km2 (26.5 sq mi)||37,288||540/km2 (1,400/sq mi)||1993|
|Northern Region||St. Paul's Bay||St. Paul's Bay||112.9 km2 (43.6 sq mi)||102,346||910/km2 (2,400/sq mi)||2009|
|South Eastern Region||Tarxien||Żabbar||36.2 km2 (14.0 sq mi)||99,096||2,700/km2 (7,000/sq mi)||2009|
|Southern Region||Qormi||Qormi||78.9 km2 (30.5 sq mi)||94,526||1,200/km2 (3,100/sq mi)||2009|
|Region||Largest city||Area||Population (2005)||Population density||Established||Abolished|
|Malta Majjistral||Birkirkara||163 km2 (63 sq mi)||227,117||1,393/km2 (3,610/sq mi)||1993||2009|
|Malta Xlokk||Żabbar||64 km2 (25 sq mi)||140,882||2,201/km2 (5,700/sq mi)||1993||2009|
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