(born January 22, 1974) is a Maltese
politician, leader of the Labour Party
and is currently Leader of the Opposition
in the House of Representatives of Malta
Muscat graduated Bachelor of Commerce in Management and Public Policy from the (University of Malta
, 1995), Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Public Policy (University of Malta, 1996), Master of Arts in European Studies (University of Malta, 1997) and Ph.D in Management Research (University of Bristol
Muscat worked as a journalist with the Party's radio station, Super One Radio (today One Radio
). He later took on a similar role at Super One TV., becoming the station's assistant head of news in 1996. He was also editor of Party's online newspaper, maltastar.com between 2001 and 2004.
Muscat was as a member of the youth section of the Labour Party
, the Labour Youth Forum
(Forum Żgħażagħ Laburisti) where he served as Financial Secretary (1994–97) and Acting Chairperson (1997). He later served as Education Secretary in the Central Administration of the Party (2001–2003) and Chairman of its Annual General Conference (November 2003). During the Labour government of 1996-98 he was a member of the National Commission for Fiscal Morality (1997–98). Between 1998 and 2003, Joseph Muscat campaigned actively against Malta's membership in the European Union.
In 2003 he was nominated to a working group led by George Vella and Evarist Bartolo
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