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|Governor-General of Malta|
Coat of Arms of the Governor-General of Malta
|Residence||San Anton Palace|
|Appointer||Queen of Malta|
|Precursor||Governor of Malta|
|Formation||21 September 1964|
|First holder||Sir Maurice Dorman|
|Final holder||Sir Anthony Mamo|
|Abolished||13 December 1974|
|Succession||President of Malta|
The Governor-General of Malta (Maltese: Gvernatur-Ġenerali ta' Malta) was the official representative of Her Majesty Elizabeth II, Queen of Malta, in the State of Malta from 1964 to 1974. This office replaced that of the Governor, and it was replaced by that of President upon the proclamation of the Republic of Malta.
|Sir Maurice Dorman
|21 September 1964||4 July 1971|
|Sir Anthony Mamo
|4 July 1971||}