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Labour wins Snap Elections in Malta

Today 3rd June 2017, Malta votes in snap elections called a year early.

The total number of registered voters is 341856, of which, 172504 are women and 169352 are men.

The Labour Party’s campaign focused on economic success whereas the Nationalist Party’s was on good governance and the need to remove government corruption.

Labour won by 35280 votes over the opposing Forza Nazzjonali alliance. Labour won by 55.06% opposed to the PN’s 43.68% (170976 votes for Labour opposed to 135,696 for PN).This amount is slightly bigger than the one they obtained four years ago when they won with a 35107 margin.

Votes obtained by other parties were: Alternattiva Demokratika  – 2564 votes (0.83 per cent), Moviment Patrijotti Maltin – 1117 (0.36 per cent),  Alleanza Bidla – 221 (0.07 per cent) .

Independent candidates obtained 91 votes (0.03 per cent).

4031 votes (1.31%)  were invalid.

Reuters report

Euronews report

BBC report

Turnout for the General election up to 2pm  was as follows:

Approximate total  percentage from all localities: 52%

First District

56.24%

Second District

52.24%

Third District

49.51%

Fourth District

55.42%

Fifth District

49.74%

Sixth District

52.18%

Seventh District

49.26%

Eighth District

54.11%

Ninth District

53.11%

Tenth District

51.69%

Eleventh District

50.98%

Twelveth District

49.32%

Thirteenth District

49.61%

 
Turnout up to 10pm was the following:
Overall turnout: 92%

First District

91.92%

Second District

93.37%

Third District

93.19%

Fourth District

93.85%

Fifth District

93.20%

Sixth District

93.07%

Seventh District

93.28%

Eighth District

92.69%

Ninth District

91.30%

Tenth District

89.47%

Eleventh District

92.20%

Twelveth District

87.84%

Thirteenth District

91.56%