Central Region, Malta

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Central Region
Region of Malta
2009–2019
Flag of Reġjun Ċentrali
Flag
Coat of arms of Reġjun Ċentrali
Coat of arms
Map
Map of the Central Region
Area 
• 2014
23.6 km2 (9.1 sq mi)
Population 
• 2014
111,994
History 
• Act No. XVI of 2009
30 September 2009
• Act No. XIV of 2019
26 April 2019
Political subdivisions13 local councils
Succeeded by
Eastern Region, Malta
Northern Region, Malta
Southern Region, Malta

The Central Region (Maltese: Reġjun Ċentrali) is a former region of Malta. The region included the central part of the main island of Malta, and bordered the Northern, Southern and South Eastern Regions.

It was created by the Act No. XVI of 2009 out of part of Malta Majjistral.[1]Act No. XIV of 2019 replaced the region with Eastern Region, significantly changing its composition[2]

Administrative divisions[edit]

Districts[edit]

Central Region included parts of the Northern Harbour and Western Districts.

Local councils[edit]

Central Region included 13 local councils:

Regional Committee[edit]

The last Central Regional Committee (Maltese: Kumitat Reġjonali Ċentrali) was made up of:[3]

Office Officeholder
President Michael Fenech Adami
Vice President Stefan Cordina
Members Margaret Baldacchino Cefai
Trevor Fenech
Joanne Debono Grech
Conrad Borg Manche
Anthony Chircop
Anthony Dalli
Gianluca Falzon
Keith Tanti
Maximillian Zammit
Dr. Angelo Micallef
Clayton Luke Mula
Dr. Dorian Sciberras
Executive Secretary Jeanette Galea

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Regions of Malta". Statoids. Retrieved 1 April 2015.
  2. ^ "About us - Reġjun Lvant".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ "Kumitati Reġjonali". Government of Malta. Archived from the original on 6 June 2015.

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