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Paul Xuereb

Paul Xuereb
Acting President of Malta
In office
16 February 1987 – 4 April 1989
Preceded by Agatha Barbara
Succeeded by Ċensu Tabone
Personal details
Born Pawlu Xuereb
21 July 1923
Rabat, Malta
Died 6 September 1994(1994-09-06) (aged 71)
Malta
Nationality Maltese
Religion Roman Catholic

Pawlu "Paul" Xuereb (21 July 1923 – 6 September 1994), was the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Malta July, 1986 – February, 1987 and Acting President of Malta between February 16, 1987 – April 4, 1989.

He was educated at the


Political offices
Preceded by
Agatha Barbara
President of Malta
1987–1989
(acting)
Succeeded by
Ċensu Tabone
  1. ^ Profile of Paul Xuereb
  2. ^ Profile, ibid.

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Xuereb was appointed by the Prime Minister as the Acting President of the Republic, following the end of term of Office of the third President. Xuereb took the Oath of Office on 16 February 1987. A bronze statue designed by late sculptor Anton Agius was erected within Howards' Gardens, just outside the Bastions of Mdina in Paul Xuereb's honour.

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