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Title: Malta’s 2008 election : a vote for continuity and change
Authors: Pace, Roderick
Keywords: Elections -- Malta
European Union -- Malta
Malta -- Politics and government
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Routledge,Taylor & Francis Group
Citation: Pace, R. (2008). Malta’s 2008 election : a vote for continuity and change. South European Society & Politics, 13(3), 377-390.
Abstract: The 2008 Malta election confirmed the Nationalist Party in power for a third consecutive term, but with a much reduced majority. It also instigated a change of leadership in the opposition Malta Labour Party and the subsequent election of a new leader from amongst the ranks of its MEPs. Unlike national elections in most other EU member states, EU membership featured very strongly in this election but in a peculiarly different way than it did in previous ones. Voter participation at 92.5% was below the 2003 rate of 95.96% and 1.32% less than the 1966-2008 average.
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