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NGĦAQAD MAL-KOMUNITÀ! hija komunità ta’ nies li jemmnu fid-demokrazija u li jridu jagħtuha tifsira reali hekk kif joqorbu l-elezzjonijiet Ewropej li jmiss. tgħaqqad lin-nies mill-Ewropa kollha biex jiltaqgħu, jaqsmu l-għarfien bejniethom u jitgħallmu ħiliet ġodda, filwaqt li jħeġġu lill-oħrajn joħorġu jivvutaw fl-2024. Irreġistra hawn biex tinvolvi ruħek – aktar ma joħorġu jivvutaw nies, aktar issir b’saħħitha d-demokrazija tagħna! Democracy is what makes us



Your MEPs

The European Parliament is made up of 705 Members elected through a unique, multinational democratic process.

Following the European elections in May 2019, 6 MEPs representing our country took their seats in the European Parliament on 2 July 2019 for Parliament's 9th term.

Discover who they are and learn what they are doing for you!




Where to find us?

Our office is situated at Europe House, at the following address: 254, St Paul Street, Valletta 1215, Malta.

Our Team


Ms Anna Zammit Vella

Press Officer

+356 21235075

Ms Elaine Cordina

Public Relations Officer

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Ms Maria Mangion

Community Manager

+356 21235075

Ms Odette Camilleri Bonett

Youth Correspondent

+356 21235075

Visit the Parliament

Come and see for yourself how proposals become law and where your MEP has a say on the future of Europe. We offer a range of activities in Brussels and Strasbourg, so that whether you come alone, with your family, or in a group, there's something for you.

Visit the website Visit the website: Visiting

Explore the House of European History’s online collection

The collection contains a wide variety of historical objects including artworks, political documents and propaganda, everyday items and souvenirs of the past, which allow you to explore history from a European perspective.

Visit the website Visit the website: House of European History