Albert Hyzler

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Albert Victor Hyzler
Dr. Albert V. Hyzler.jpg
Acting President of Malta
In office
27 December 1981 – 15 February 1982
Preceded by Anton Buttigieg
Succeeded by Agatha Barbara
Personal details
Born 20 November 1916
Valletta, Malta
Died 26 October 1993(1993-10-26) (aged 76)
Malta
Nationality Maltese
Political party Labour (PL)
Spouse(s) Marie Rose Petrocochino

Albert Victor Hyzler (20 November 1916 – 26 October 1993)[1] was the son of Professor Giuseppe Hyzler, a physician, and the former Marietta Muscat Fenech. Elected to Parliament in 1947 in the interest of the Democratic Action Party led by his father, he later joined the Labour Party and was elected in every election he contested until 1976 when he retired from politics. He was Cabinet Minister between 1955 and 1958 and 1971 - 1976. He served as the Acting President of Malta from 27 December 1981 to 15 February 1982. He was married to Marie Rose (née Petrocochino).

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