The Malta Chamber congratulates Frank V. Farrugia on his appointment as chair of the Malta Broadcasting Authority

8th November 2019

Mr Farrugia was appointed to this position by the President of the Republic, in line with the Constitutional provisions, on advice of the Prime Minister, following a discussion and agreement with the Leader of the Opposition.

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry congratulates Mr Frank V. Farrugia on his appointment as chairperson of the Malta Broadcasting Authority.

Mr Farrugia was appointed to this position by the President of the Republic, in line with the Constitutional provisions, on advice of the Prime Minister, following a discussion and agreement with the Leader of the Opposition.

Mr Frank V. Farrugia, is a stalwart of Malta’s business community. Throughout his long career, he has held directorial positions on several public and private boards. He was member of the Council, and Board of Management of the Malta Chamber for several years, and served as President between 2017 and 2019.

The Malta Chamber wishes the very best to Mr Farrugia on his new appointment.


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