Resident non-Maltese EU citizens who wish to vote in Malta for candidates standing for the European Parliament elections in May this year.
The Electoral Commission advised that those persons already in possession of a valid Residence Card issued by the Identity Malta Agency who had originally opted not to vote in Malta (i.e., they would vote in their home country) may now become registered voters by completing an appropriate application form which needs to be received at the Electoral Office by the 31st March.
This form may be obtained from the Electoral Office in Victoria, Gozo and Valletta, local council offices and from police stations, or download online by clicking here.
Anyone who do not possess a valid Residence Card issued by Identity Malta, they need to apply at the Citizenship Department, Identity Malta Agency, Evans Building, Valletta, or the office in Victoria, by not later than 31st March.
The Electoral Office said that upon doing so they must clearly sign their intention to vote in Malta binding themselves not to vote in this election in their home country.
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