2004 European Parliament election in Malta

The 2004 European Parliament election 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 12 June 2004 and used Single Transferable Vote. The opposition Malta Labour Party polled strongly.

2004 European Parliament election in Malta

12 June 2004 2009 →

5 seats to the European Parliament

ResultsEdit

PartyVotes%Seats
Labour Party 118,98348.423
Nationalist Party 97,68839.762
Democratic Alternative 22,9389.330
Imperium Europa1,6030.650
Alpha7560.310
K.U.L. Ewropa660.030
Christian Democratic Republican Party640.030
Independents3,6241.470
Total245,722100.005
Valid votes245,72298.02
Invalid/blank votes4,9691.98
Total votes250,691100.00
Registered voters/turnout304,28382.39
Source: Electoral Commission

Elected MEPsEdit

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

Results by candidateEdit

AlphaEdit

Democratic AlternativeEdit

Christian Democratic Republican PartyEdit

Imperium EuropaEdit

KUL EwropaEdit

Labour PartyEdit

Nationalist PartyEdit

IndependentsEdit

External linksEdit