Malta (European Parliament constituency)


Malta is a European Parliament constituency for elections in the European Union covering the member state of Malta. It is currently represented by six Members of the European Parliament. The electoral system used is single transferable vote.

Malta
European Parliament constituency
Location among the current constituencies
Member stateMalta
Created2004
MEPs5 (2004–2011)
6 (2011–present)
Sources

Members of the European Parliament


Election MEP
(party)
MEP
(party)
MEP
(party)
MEP
(party)
MEP
(party)
MEP
(party)
2004 John Attard Montalto
(Labour)
Simon Busuttil
(Nationalist)
David Casa
(Nationalist)
Louis Grech
(Labour)
Joseph Muscat
(Labour)
5 Seats
2009 Joseph Cuschieri
(Labour)
Edward Scicluna
(Labour)
2013 Roberta Metsola
(Nationalist)
Marlene Mizzi
(Labour)
Claudette Abela Baldacchino
(Labour)
2014 Miriam Dalli
(Labour)
Alfred Sant
(Labour)
Therese Comodini Cachia
(Nationalist)
2017 Francis Zammit Dimech
(Nationalist)
2019 Josianne Cutajar
(Labour)
Alex Agius Saliba
(Labour)
2020 Cyrus Engerer
(Labour)

Elections


2004

The 2004 European election was the sixth election to the European Parliament. As Malta had only joined the European Union earlier that month, it was the first European election held in that state. The election took place on 13 June, 2004.

2009

The 2009 European election was the seventh election to the European Parliament and the second for Malta.

2014

The 2014 European election was the eighth election to the European Parliament and the third for Malta.

2019

The 2019 European election was the ninth election to the European Parliament and the fourth for Malta.

References