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Angelo Farrugia (Anglu)

Incumbent
Assumed office 
13 June 2008
Preceded by Charles Mangion

Incumbent
Assumed office 
27 October 1996

Born December 29, 1955 (1955-12-29) (age 54)
Mosta, Malta
Political party Labour (PL)
Spouse(s) Carmen née Zammit
Children Caroline
Residence Mosta
Profession Advocate
Religion Roman Catholic
Website www.anglufarrugia.com
www.mlp.org.mt

Angelo "Anġlu" Farrugia (born 29 December 1955) is a Maltese politician, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, a Member of Parliament and Shadow Minister for work, workers' rights and parliamentary affairs.

Family

Farrugia was born in Mosta and is married to Carmen née Zammit and they have a daughter, Caroline, also a lawyer.

Political life

Farrugia was first elected to Parliament in 1996. He was subsequently elected in 1998, 2003 and 2008. He served on the House Committee of the Consideration of Bills as Chairman (1996-98) and as member (since 1998).

Between 1998 and 2008 Farriguia has served as Shadow Minister for Justice and in 2008 was elected Labour's Deputy Leader of Parliamentary Affairs. He was also appointed Opposition Spokesperson for Employment and Workers' Rights in the same year.

Activities in international organisations

Farrugia was appointed as Head of Malta's Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Parliamentary Assembly delegation in 1996.

He has since served on a number of EU and OSCE missions as an international observer for various elections, including Georgia (1999), the Presidential Election in Palestinian Authority (2004), the 2004 US Presidential Election, the Montenegrin independence referendum (2006) and the Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Zambia 2006.

He is also a member of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly's Standing Committee on Human Rights.

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