The Malta Independent 4 August 2020, Tuesday

Timothy Alden elected new Partit Demokratiku leader

Tuesday, 7 July 2020, 10:18 Last update: about 28 days ago

Timothy Alden has been elected leader of the Partit Demokratiku, ending a long process the party has undergone to establish a new leadership team following the resignation of Godfrey Farrugia and Marlene Farrugia.

Both MPs were for a time party leaders until they publicly announced that they will remain in Parliament but no longer represent the PD. They had been elected as part of the PD-PN coalition in the 2017 election.


Yesterday evening in Valletta, Partit Demokratiku held its AGM and elected its new Executive Committee. The new Executive has reaffirmed that Partit Demokratiku remains a movement for all those in this country who seek truth, justice and a sense of well-being for all. Our doors remain open to those of good will, the party said in a statement.

The new Executive Committee consists of the following:

Leader - Timothy Alden

Deputy Leader - Raymond Azzopardi

General Secretary - Mark Zerafa

Public Relations Officer - Marcus Lauri

Treasurer - Carmel Asciak

Executive Members - Melissa J. Bagley, Matthew Mizzi, Martina Caruana

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