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Title: Malta and the 2019 EP elections – maximising popular engagement with “Europe”
Authors: Harwood, Mark
Cachia, Jean Claude
Sammut, Carmen
Ellul, Fabrizio
Keywords: Malta -- Politics and government
States, Small -- Politics and government
European Parliament -- Elections, 2004
Elections -- European Union countries
Single transferable voting -- Malta
Right-wing extremists
European Parliament -- Elections, 2019
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Emerald Insight
Citation: Cachia, J. C., Ellul, F., Harwood, M., & Sammut, C. (2020). Malta and the 2019 EP elections – maximising popular engagement with “Europe”. Review of Economics and Political Science. DOI:
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to analyse why Malta continues to show the highest level of turnout for European Parliament (EP) elections in a country where voting is not obligatory. By analysing the Maltese EP elections from 2004 to 2019, the paper seeks to understand why the Maltese engage with a second order election to the degree that they do.
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