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Maltese local council elections, 2009


Local elections were held in Malta on 6 June 2009, the same day of the European elections. The elections were held in 23 of the 68 Maltese localities. These 23 localities are: Imdina (Città Notabile), Bormla (Città Cospicua), Rabat, Gozo, Żabbar (Città Hompesch), Birkirkara, Fgura, Gudja, Għarb, Għaxaq, Kalkara, Lija, Marsaskala, Mġarr, Msida, Imtarfa, Naxxar, Pietà, Malta, Rabat, Malta, San Ġwann, Sannat, Tas-Sliema, Tarxien, and Xgħajra.

Candidates

In total, 272 candidates contested for this election, 133 are candidates for Partit Laburista (PL), also 133 for Partit Nazzjonalista (PN), three for Alternattiva Demokratika (AD), and other three as independents. The independent candidates contested respectively in Mġarr, Tarxien and Mtarfa. The Mtarfa candidate was in the party Għall-Imtarfa Aħjar (For Better Mtarfa).

Voter turnout

Locality Turnout
L-Imdina 82.5%
Bormla 77.3%
Ħaż-Żabbar 80.7%
Ir-Rabat (Gozo) 79.9%
Birkirkara 77.7%
Il-Fgura 81.2%
Il-Gudja 87.1%
L-Għarb 72.9%
Ħal Għaxaq 83.8%
Il-Kalkara 82.1%
Ħal Lija 81.8%
Marsaskala 72.7%
L-Imġarr 81.7%
L-Imsida 73.1%
L-Imtarfa 83.9%
In-Naxxar 74.2%
Tal-Pietà 77.4%
Ir-Rabat (Malta) 81.8%
San Ġwann 75.3%
Ta' Sannat 78.2%
Tas-Sliema 64.8%
Ħal Tarxien 80.5%
Ix-Xgħajra 84.1%

Results

References

  • "Elezzjonijiet Ghall-Kunsilli Lokali - Ġunju 2009". Department of Information. 11 June 2009. Retrieved 18 August 2009. 
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