Who is Deo

‘”Il-professjoni tiegħi tagħtini ħafna sodisfazzjon u din ħa nipprova nkompli nsaħħaħha billi ngħin lin-nies mill-kamp politiku mill-aħjar li nista’.”

Is-sahha lill kullhadd,

Biography
Deo Debattista M.D. MP
Doctor / Member of Parliament – ChairpersonOHSADr Deo Debattista, a family doctor, was born on the 24th July 1963. He has spent his childhood and youth in Valletta, together with his parents, Carmen and John, and his younger brother Charles. He obtained his education at St Albert the Great College in Valletta, moving on to Gan Frangisk Abela Lyceum, finally graduating from the University of Malta as Doctor in 1988. In 1990, he married Monica, and together they are the proud parents of Andre and Emma. His interests are reading, dancing, pop and classical music which he listens to as means of relaxation. He is also an avid football fan, as well as an admirer of the arts. Nonetheless, his greatest passion remains his profession as a doctor – his biggest satisfaction is when his patients regain their health.

Dr. Deo Debattista successfully contested the 1st District in the Maltese General Elections 2013. Dr. Debattista became a Member of Parliament in April 2013. Dr. Debattista is a member in the Council of Europe delegation and Parliamentary Comittee Chairman of (Valletta) Capital European Culture Ewropeja. In August 2013, Dr. Debattista was appointed Chairperson of the Occupational Health and Safety Authority in Malta by the Ministry of Health.

Dr. Deo Debattista
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