Libertas Malta

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Libertas Malta
Leader Mary Gauci
Founded 21 March 2009
Headquarters Realco Buildings, Triq Imħallef Paolo Debono, Msida (University Roundabout), Malta[1]
Ideology anti-Lisbon Treaty, Euroscepticism
European affiliation Libertas Party Limited
European Parliament group none
Colours blue, gold

Libertas Malta was a political party in Malta set up to contest the 2009 European Parliament elections under a common banner with Its only candidate Mary Gauci failed to be elected and the party has been inactive since.


Plans of's leader Declan Ganley to cooperate with the Maltese Azzjoni Nazzjonali (AN) on contesting the 2009 European Parliament elections[2] didn't realize. However, Mary Gauci, AN's former vice-president decided to run under the banner of Libertas.[3]

On 21 March 2009, Ganley announced the establishment of the party Libertas Malta. Mary Gauci, announced as party leader, advanced the issues of democracy, accountability, transparency, subsidiarity, a concise constitution passed by referenda, and illegal immigration.[4]

In the European Parliament election held that year Gauci got only 314 first-preference votes out of 248,169 valid votes cast (i.e. 0.1%).

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