Julia Zammit Elected as KPS Commissioner for 2020/21

Posted On May 14, 2020

The KPS Election was held today between 5:15pm and 6:15pm in which Julia Zammit won the election with 21 votes while Andrea Grima achieved 14 votes. Altogether, 35 student organizations were eligible to vote in which all the organizations participated in the election, thus a positive turnout. Insite Malta congratulates Julia Zammit and wishes her a successful term as well as Andrea Grima for his great campaign!

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