Cristoforo Mattal
Cristoforo Mattal
Minister of Foreign Relations
Assumed office May 17, 2013
Prime Minister Royna Nehgyen
Preceded by Sambara Brolar
Minister of Tourism and Culture
In office  December 6, 2011 – May 17, 2013
Prime Minister Royna Nehgyen
Preceded by Pyettche Recar
Succeeded by Muhammad Barattam
Shadow Minister of Tourism and Culture
In office  August 29, 2007 – December 6, 2011
Leader Royna Nehgyen
Preceded by Mahyen Casram
Succeeded by Sachar Selwal
Member of Parliament
for Islatealla
Assumed office June 1, 1999
Preceded by Brahmal Ketten
Majority 3,294 (52.7%)
Personal details
Born September 28, 1963
Dauham Sammar Hazaham, Nazahezan
Political party Liberal National
Spouse(s) Thalla Voygern (m. 1993)
Children 2 daughters
Alma mater University of Phaluhm
Religion Roman Catholicism

Cristoforo Mattal (born September 28, 1963) is a Phaluhm politician who has been the Minister of Foreign Relations since May 2013, and has previously served as Minister of Tourism and Culture from 2011 to 2013 in the Nehgyen administration.

Mattal entered Parliament following his landslide election in 1999 as Member of Parliament for Islatealla. He entered the Shadow Cabinet of Royna Nehgyen in 2007 as Shadow Minister of Tourism and Culture until 2011, when the Liberal National Party became the majority party and Mattal was appointed as Minister of Tourism and Culture. He was later appointed as Minister of Foreign Relations following the retirement of Sambara Bolar in 2013.


Early life

Mattal was born in the Islatealla district of Dauham Sammar Hazaham in 1963, as the son of Filipino immigrant Gaspar Mattal and Phaluhm native Ranna Drogal. He attended the University of Phaluhm and studied political science and international relations, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1984.

He became a local political activist and campaign organizer for the then-Mayor of Dauham Sammar Hazaham Ahmal Teltis in 1986, stationing his political organization's headquarters in the heart of Islatealla. He briefly was a Liberal National nominee for the Dauham Sammar Hazaham mayoral elections in 1994, but quickly dropped out of the race following the release of the first major polls, showing that he was last in the race.

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