(Rivista Internazionale - December 1997: Carlo Marullo di Condojanni Grand Chancellor - 1/3)
Carlo Marullo di Condojanni
Rome. Magistral Palace. H.E.
Bailiff Grand Cross of Obedience, Amb. Count Carlo Marullo di Condojanni, Prince of Casalnuovo,
Grand Chancellor of the Order.
With decree of the Sovereign Council of 19 April, H.E. Bailiff Grand Cross of Obedience
Ambassador Count Carlo Marullo di Condojanni, Prince of Casalnuovo,
Receiver of the Common
Treasure, was unanimously elected to the office of Grand Chancellor of the Order of Malta for
the remaining period of legislature, until the ordinary Chapter General which will be held in
Valletta. Malta. The signature of the agreement
between the Republic of Malta and the Sovereign Order for Granting the exclusive use of the
Sant'Angelo Fort, on 21 June 1991. Amb. Count Carlo Marullo di Condojanni while signing;
left, the President of the Republic of Malta, Ugo Mifsud Bonnici, at the time Minister
of Education and the Interior; on his right, the Order's Ambassador to Malta, Dino Marrajeni.
Ambassador Count Marullo, who had already held this office ad interim in 1995, takes
the place of H.E. Ambassador Baron Felice Catalano di Melilli, who left his office before term.
H.E. Ven. Bailiff Grand Cross of Justice, Fra' Ludwig Hoffmann von Rumerstein, Grand Commander
of the Order, as Representative of the Chancery for the vacancy of the office of Grand Chancellor
officially handed over to the newly elected Grand Chancellor on 26 April.
H.E. Comm. of Justice
Fra' JosŤ Antonio Linati Bosch, member of the Sovereign Council, has been appointed Vice
Ambassador Count Carlo Marullo di Condojanni was born in Messina on 18 April 1946.
His father, the Ven. Bailiff Fra' Vittorio Marullo di Condojanni, who died in 1982, was Grand
Commander uninterruptedly for fifteen years from 1967 to 1982 and Grand Chancellor from 1978 to
Ambassador Marullo is a lawyer and lecturer in Choice of Portfolio Theory and Economic
Data Analysis and Classification at the University of Messina, and has written numerous scientific
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