Culture, Institutions and Campaign Effects: Explaining the Outcome of Malta's EU Accession Referendum

@article{Cini2004CultureIA,
  title={Culture, Institutions and Campaign Effects: Explaining the Outcome of Malta's EU Accession Referendum},
  author={Michelle. Cini},
  journal={West European Politics},
  year={2004},
  volume={27},
  pages={584 - 602}
}
This survey examines the background to and the campaign preceding Malta's EU accession referendum. The result of the referendum, which was held on 8 March 2003, and which was the first of the EU accession referendums of 2003, was a 53.65% vote in support of membership, on a turnout of close to 91%. Explaining both the relatively low support for EU accession and the high turnout on referendum day involves weighing up the relative impact of distinctive features of Malta's political culture and… Expand
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