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Owen Bonnici is a Maltese politician who has served as Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government since 2013. He was born on 24 May 1980 in Malta. He is a member of the Labour Party and was elected to the Maltese Parliament in 2013. Bonnici studied law at the University of Malta and was called to the Bar in 2005. He was appointed as a Parliamentary Secretary for Reforms, Citizenship and Simplification of Administrative Processes in 2013. In 2017, he was appointed as Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government. Bonnici is married and has two children. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys playing football and tennis. He is also a keen reader and enjoys travelling.
|43 years old
|24 May, 1980
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On 30 January, 2020, the Constitutional Court of Malta ruled that Minister of Justice Dr Bonnici had breached the human rights of protesters for justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia by repeatedly and vexatiously ordering the clearing of the makeshift memorial at the foot of the Great Siege Monument throughout 2018 and 2019. In its ruling finding that Dr Bonnici breached blogger and activist Emmanuel Delia and others' freedom of expression repeatedly for over 500 times, the Constitutional Court held that Dr Bonnici's orders amounted to a "systematic" censorship that led to an "absurd" and "divisive" situation. Dr Bonnici's acts were previously condemned by, amongst others, the Council of Europe, the United Nations and the OSCE.
Following the March 2013 General Elections, he was appointed as Parliamentary Secretary for Justice. After a cabinet reshuffle he was made Minister of Justice, Culture and Local Government in March 2014.
Dr Bonnici was first elected to Parliament in 2008 from the third electoral district, which is made up of the residents of the towns of Fgura, Marsascala and Zejtun. After serving as Opposition Spokesperson for Youth and Culture and subsequently for Higher Education, University, Research and Culture, he was handsomely elected in the 2013 elections. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat appointed him Parliamentary Secretary responsible for Justice and then Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government.
Prior to his election to Parliament he served on the Local Council of Marsascala for five years, first as a Councillor and then as Deputy Mayor, and as an elected member of the Labour Executive Council (2004-2008).
Owen Bonnici (born 24 May 1980) is a Maltese politician who is currently Minister for Education & Employment since 15 January 2020.