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Francesco Buhagiar

Francesco Buhagiar
2nd Prime Minister of Malta
In office
13 October 1923 – 22 September 1924
Monarch George V
Governor General Lord Plumer
Walter Congreve
Preceded by Joseph Howard
Succeeded by Ugo Mifsud
Personal details
Born 7 September 1876
Qrendi, Malta
Died 27 June 1934
St. Julian's, Malta
Political party Political Union
Spouse(s) Enrichetta Said
Children 5

Francesco Buhagiar (7 September 1876 – 27 June 1934), son of Michele Buhagiar and Filomena Mifsud, was the second Prime Minister of Malta (1923 - 1924). He was elected from the Maltese Political Union.

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https://opm.gov.mt/dr-francesco-buhagiar?l=1

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