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Title: The 2013 Maltese general election : unplugging the blockage
Authors: Fenech, Dominic
Keywords: Elections -- Malta
Cabinet system -- Malta
Malta -- Politics and government
Political campaigns -- Malta
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Fenech, D. (2013). The 2013 Maltese general election : unplugging the blockage. West European Politics, 36(5), 1088-1094.
Abstract: On 9 March the Maltese electorate overwhelmingly voted into office the Labour Party (PL), led by Joseph Muscat, bringing to an end 15 years of Nationalist Party (PN) rule. With a background of relative economic stability, the issues dominating the electoral campaign bore little resemblance to the latest elections in struggling Mediterranean economies like Spain, Greece and Italy (Dinas and Rori 2013; Garzia 2013; Kennedy 2012). Instead the election mostly hinged on competence and credibility.
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