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European Parliament Election, 2004 (Malta)

The European Parliament election of 2004 in Malta was the election of MEP representing Malta constituency for the 2004–2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election. The vote took place on June 13 and used Single Transferable Vote. The opposition Malta Labour Party polled strongly.


e • d Summary of the results of Malta's 2004 election to the European Parliament
20042009 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Labour Party (MLP) PES 118,983 48.42 Template:Infobox political party/seats
Nationalist Party (PN) EPP–ED 97,688 39.76 Template:Infobox political party/seats
Democratic Alternative (AD) EGP 22,938 9.33 Template:Infobox political party/seats
Others (parties or candidates that won less than 1% of the vote and no seats) 2.49 Template:Infobox political party/seats
Valid votes 245,722 98.02
Blank and invalid votes 5,239 1.98
Totals 250,691 100.00 Template:Infobox political party/seats
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 304,283 82.39

MEPs for Malta, 2004-2009

Malta (5)
John Attard-Montalto
Simon Busuttil
David Casa
Louis Grech
Joseph Muscat

Candidates for Every Party and the First Count Votes

Alpha Liberal Democratic Party

  • Emmy Bezzina (717 votes) (0.3%)
  • John Zammit (39 votes) (0.02%)

Alternattiva Demokratika (AD)

Christian Democratic Republican Party

  • Mark Von Brockdorff (64 votes) (0.03%)

Imperium Europa

Kul Ewropa

  • Herbert Jones Cecil (66 votes) (0.03%)

Partit Laburista (PL)

Partit Nazzjonalista (PN)

Independent Candidates

  • Nazzareno Bonnici (183 votes) (0.07%)
  • Carmelo Farrugia (3,119 votes) (1.3%)
  • Damian Chukwuemeka Iwueke (153 votes) (0.06%)
  • Christopher Sciberras (24 votes) (0.009%)
  • Victor Zammit (145 votes) (0.06%)

External links

  • All 18 rounds of counting
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