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« Reply #40 on: June 23, 2014, 11:44:17 PM »

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« Reply #41 on: June 24, 2014, 10:26:25 AM »

[Post EU Elections] Le Pen fails to create far-right EP faction - 24/06/2014 09:29:13
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Far-right duo Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders reportedly failed to form a
group in the European Parliament.

http://euobserver.com/eu-elections/124719

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http://euobserver.com/eu-elections/124719

Le Pen fails to create far-right EP faction

Far-right duo Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders have failed to form a group in the European Parliament.

    Marine Le Pen was unable to form a group at the European Parliament (Photo: RemiJDN)

Wilders told Dutch media outlet ANP on Monday (23 June) they were unable to meet the minimum parliament criteria of having members from at least seven different member states.

“Unfortunately we didn't meet the June 24 deadline to form an official grouping with six other parties in the European parliament,” he said.

Le Pen announced in late May that her National Front party of 24 MEPs would team up with allies from the Netherlands' Freedom party, Austria’s Freedom party, Italy’s Lega Nord, and Belgium’s Vlaams Belang.

The plan was to create a group called the European Alliance for Freedom (EAF) in order to obstruct policy making at the European Parliament in a wider effort to repatriate national sovereignty.

A parliament group means more money and more influence in the EU assembly.

Media reports over the weekend suggested Le Pen was already preparing for a defeat.

On Sunday, the Independent newspaper cited National Front’s secretary general Florian Philippot as saying it “would not really be a disaster” if the EP group project failed.

“Our patriotic mission is to defend France and the French,” he said.

In the end, the far right faction was short of two members.

Poland’s Congress of the New Right (KNP) had earlier been cited as a possible partner.

But views held by KNP leader Janusz Korwin-Mikke are said to be too extreme for the anti-immigrant Wilders.

The Polish 72-year old anti-establishment leader reportedly wants to deprive women the right to vote.

A KNP spokesperson told EUobserver earlier this month Wilders was against their neo-liberal positions.

"We were informed that Mr. Wilders is against us due to his opposition to our free market ideology," noted the spokesperson.

Wilders, for his part, said he would not form a group “at any price” and has not ruled out forming the group at a later date.

"I'm convinced that we can do it later in the year and that we will then have found MEPs from the seven necessary countries," he said.

Wilders in early May floated the idea of possibly forming a faction with Ukip leader and eurosceptic Nigel Farage.

Farage, who managed to form his Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group last week, vowed never to team up with Le Pen, however.

The EFD has 48 euro-deputies from seven member states. One of the EFD MEPs defected from Le Pen’s National Front.

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You will yet shed tears of blood and contrition.


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« Reply #42 on: June 24, 2014, 10:41:14 AM »


Ah Malta!
What Destiny you have missed!
You will yet shed tears of blood and contrition.


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How fast MTV songs are to reach our discotheques, with their new dancing patterns, freaky movements and all !
How quick the Ġaħan Malti is to adopt some new hairstyle given to him from the British niggers!
But when it comes to HIGH-POLITICS, we take 20, 30 and even 40 years to realize what would have happened beyond our shores.

Young women chatting ad nauseam about the latest fashion of hair-extensions, fingernails, tattoos and bullsh*t.
Young men debating about which petrol engine is faster than which, as if they were industrial entrepreuners themselves.
But nobody is discerning what is happening in Brussels - lanqas id-disat elef student "intelletwali" li hemm f'tal-Qroqqa !
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« Reply #43 on: July 01, 2014, 02:05:33 PM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20140701/local/political-rules-could-spell-ajklas-ballot-sheet-death.525862

 Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 12:24
Political rules could spell Ajkla’s ballot sheet death

Nazzareno Bonnici has contested elections under the banner Partit tal-Ajkla but proposed new rules may bar him from using the name and emblem.

The draft law regulating political party financing, released last week, will make it mandatory for political parties to register with the Electoral Commission if they are to be listed on the ballot sheet.

But registration comes with a raft of conditions such as having a statute, administrative structures and an obligation to hold accounts and report on donations received.

Mr Bonnici will have to ditch the Tal-Ajkla banner unless his political formation takes on the semblance of a political party. If he reneges on this obligation, Mr Bonnici’s name will next time appear on the ballot sheet in a list with other independent candidates.

The independent title means no reference can be made to the party name and emblem on the ballot sheet.

The new rules will block the one or two-men shows, disguised as parties, which sprout up at election time, most notably the European Parliament election, only to disappear soon afterwards.

But they will also impose an obligation on political formations like Norman Lowell’s Imperium Europa to transform into an organised party structure if candidates are to run under its banner at election time.

The rules proposed in the Bill widely follow the conditions for political party registration in the UK.

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« Reply #44 on: July 01, 2014, 02:16:44 PM »


The draft law regulating political party financing, released last week, will make it mandatory for political parties to register with the Electoral Commission if they are to be listed on the ballot sheet.

The rules proposed in the Bill widely follow the conditions for political party registration in the UK.



All of a sudden Malta has become like the UK - not where wages and salaries are concerned, though !
Rules, rules and rules ... in the name of discipline and order: what a joke !
7,000 votes have made THEIR stomachs churn !
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« Reply #45 on: July 01, 2014, 04:57:47 PM »

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/eu/10937456/Anger-over-stitch-up-as-Jean-Claude-Juncker-deal-secures-Martin-Schulz-lucrative-parliament-post.html

Anger over 'stitch-up' as Jean-Claude Juncker deal secures Martin Schulz lucrative parliament post
'Stitch-up' condemned as powerful post and tax-free perks worth £124,000 a year handed to Martin Schulz to guarantee Socialist support for Jean-Claude Juncker


 MEPs have today elected Martin Schulz for a second highly paid term as president of the European Parliament as a key part of the deal to install Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels.

The German Socialist will take home a pay and perks package worth over £213,000 a year and the Left-wing MEP who often thunders against tax havens will pocket £124,000 of his income in special allowances without paying any taxation at all.

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Have a look at the photo:

Schultz: Il Gurdien tad-Drennag - u Juncker, l-Ipokrita Kristjan.
Dejjem flimkien: iz-Zewg Prostituti Lesbici.
Ezatt bhal Malta: it tnejn kontra il Vuci tal Poplu.


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Schultz: Il Gurdien tad-Drennag - u Juncker, l-Ipokrita Kristjan.
Dejjem flimkien: iz-Zewg Prostituti Lesbici.
Ezatt bhal Malta: it tnejn kontra il Vuci tal Poplu.
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" Hokkli dahri halli nhokklok tieghek " !
Il-QHAB waqt xalata !
.... u l-Gahan ihallas it-taxxi ... u jivvutalhom !

Ja Gahan!
Ja Nisrani-Socjalista!
Ja kretin!
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« Reply #47 on: July 02, 2014, 10:47:11 AM »

EU Election Turnouts since 1979

1979 - 61.99%
1984 - 58.98%
1989 - 58.41%
1994 - 56.67%
1999 - 49.51%
2004 - 45.47%
2009 - 43%
2014 - 43%


The EU is crumbling. The elected bureaucrats, voted for by a minority, are only there to benefit from all the perks.
They are not entitled to decide for the majority but they do so in the name of 'Democracy'.
It is up to the majority, the People, to take a stand and end all this. We just need a Crisis.




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« Reply #48 on: October 19, 2015, 07:33:30 AM »

http://www.um.edu.mt/projects/maltaelections/elections/mep/elect2014


MEP Elections 2014

On 24 May 2014, Maltese voters participated in the election of representatives to the European Parliament. Six representatives were to be elected.

The contest attracted 32 candidates, compared to 34 in 2009. The Nationalist Party fielded 11 candidates and the Labour Party 12. The remaining 9 candidates came from minor parties.

The six winning candidates were (in the order of their election):

    Alfred Sant (Labour)
    Roberta Metsola (Nationalist)
    Miriam Dalli (Labour)
    David Casa (Nationalist)
    Marlene Mizzi (Labour)
    Therese Comodini Cachia (Nationalist)

Half of the elected candidates were incumbents (Roberta Metsola, David Casa & Marlene Mizzi). David Casa is the only candidate to have been elected in all three MEP elections held to date. For the first time in MEP elections and Maltese elections in general, the majority of elected candidates (four out of six) were women.

Voting participation was, once again, low by Maltese but high by European standards:

Eligible Voters:       344,356
Votes Cast:       257,588 (74.80%)

Invalid Votes:       5,737 (1.67%)
Valid Votes:       251,851 (73.14%)
 

The distribution of valid (first count) votes among the parties was as follows:

Labour Party:       134,462 (53.39%)
Nationalist Party:       100,785 (40.02%)
Alternattiva Demokratika:       7,418 (2.95%)
Imperium Europa:       6,761 (2.68%)
Tal-Ajkla:       1,208 (0.48%)
Alleanza Bidla:       1,015 (0.40%)
Alleanza Liberali:       202 (0.08%)

Some Notes

Three aspects of the results stand out: First, although the Nationalists failed – as they did in the previous MEP elections – to achieve a majority of the first-counts votes, they managed to gain a third seat for the first time in MEP elections.

Second, the votes for the two AD candidates totalled 2.95% compared with the 2.34% the party had reached in 2009. The three Imperium Europa candidates totalled 2.68% compared with 1.47% the party had reached in 2009.

Third, it is the first time in MEP elections (and Maltese elections in general) where the majority of elected candidates were women. Women candidates managed to attract 34.81% of first-count votes (25% of all candidates were women), compared with 20.19% in 2009 (23.5% of all candidates were women).

Maltese voters continue to forego the opportunity of distributing their voting preferences among different political camps. The strength of party-line voting which characterises general elections (and the previous MEP elections) continued in 2014, as can be seen in the Intra-Party and Inter-Party Vote Transfers sheet.

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Notice, 86,768 voters abstained.
They could have won us this Election and saved Europe and our Island.
These stupid abstainers could have saved themselves and their children from the coming nightmare.

Ja Gahan Malti!  Ja Munglu!
Issa issalvawk Metsola u Kommodini, u Dalli.
Ja Gahan - ma titghallem qatt!



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