European Parliament election, 2004 (Malta)


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.

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Results

Party Abbr. EP Group Candidates Votes  % Seats
  Partit Laburista MLP PES 8 118,983 48.4 3
  Partit Nazzjonalista PN EPP-ED 8 97,688 39.8 2
  Other parties and candidates 11 29,051 11.8 0
Total 245,722 100 5
Registered voters: 304,283
Votes cast 250,691 82.4
Invalid votes 5,239 2.1
Valid votes 245,722 97.9
Source: maltadata.com

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)

  • John Attard Montalto (25,287 votes) (10.3%) (ELECTED)
  • Glenn Bedingfield (13,435 votes) (5.5%)
  • Owen Bonnici (7,280 votes) (3%)
  • Joe Debono Grech (14,080 votes) (5.7%)
  • Louis Grech (15,371 votes) (6.3%) (ELECTED)
  • Robert Micallef (3,390 votes) (1.4%)
  • Wenzu Mintoff (3,182 votes) (1.3%)
  • Joseph Muscat (36,958 votes) (15%) (ELECTED)

Partit Nazzjonalista (PN)

  • Simon Busuttil (58,899 votes) (24%) (ELECTED)
  • David Casa (8,782 votes) (3.6%) (ELECTED)
  • Joanna Drake (7,781 votes) (3.2%)
  • Michael Falzon (2,989 votes) (1.2%)
  • Joe Friggieri (5,457 votes) (2.2&)
  • Ian Spiteri Bailey (3,137 votes) (1.3%)
  • Anton Tabone (5,439 votes) (2.2%)
  • Roberta Tedesco Triccas (5,204 votes) (2.1%)

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%)

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