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Maltese general election, 1987

Maltese general election, 1987
Malta
1981 ←
9 May 1987
→ 1992

  First party Second party
 
Leader Eddie Fenech Adami Mifsud Bonnici
Party
Last election 31 seats, 50.9% 34 seats, 49.1%
Seats won 35 34
Seat change Increase 4 Steady 0
Popular vote 119,721 114,936
Percentage 50.9% 48.9%
Swing Steady 0.0% Decrease 0.2%

Prime Minister before election

Mifsud Bonnici

Elected Prime Minister

Eddie Fenech Adami

General elections were held in Malta on 9 May 1987.[1] Although the Nationalist Party received the most votes, the Malta Labour Party won a majority of seats. However, in accordance with the modifications made to the electoral system following a similar outcome in the 1981 elections, the Nationalist Party was awarded an extra four seats in order to give them a parliamentary majority.[2]

Results

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Nationalist Party 119,721 50.9 35 +4
Malta Labour Party 114,936 48.9 34 0
Democratic Party 380 0.2 0 New
Communist Party of Malta 119 0.1 0 New
Independents 12 0.0 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 1,551
Total 236,719 100 69 +4
Registered voters/turnout 246,292 96.1
Source: Nohlen & Stöver

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