At Stake in this Election:
- 65 seats in the House of Representatives (Il-Kamra tad-Deputati) of the Republic of Malta.
- Chief of State: President George VELLA (since 4 April 2019)
- Head of Government: Prime Minister Robert ABELA (since 13 January 2020)
- Assembly: The House of Representatives (Kamra tad-Deputati) of the Republic of Malta is a unicameral legislature comprised of 67 seats.
- The President of Malta is indirectly elected by the House of Representatives to serve a single five-year term. 
- The House of Representatives (Il-Kamra tad-Deputati) is a unicameral legislature consisting of 65 seats elected across thirteen multi-member constituencies.* Successful candidates are elected to serve five-year terms using proportional representation, specifically by means of the single transferable vote. 
*The House of Representatives (Il-Kamra tad-Deputati) currently consists of 67 members following a 2016 decision by the Constitutional Court of Malta, which added two additional seats to correct for errors made in the 2013 vote-counting process. 
- General elections were last held in Malta on 3 June 2017.
- Female Population: 261,869 (July 2021 est.) 
- Is Malta a signatory to CEDAW: No 
- Has Malta ratified CEDAW: No (acceded on 8 March 1991) 
- Gender Quota: There are no legislated gender quotas. The Labour Party voluntarily implemented a 20 percent quota for women on party lists. 
- Female candidates in this election: 42 out of 173 candidates 
- Number of Female Legislators: 9 out of 67 
- Human Development Index (HDI) Position: Rank 28 at 0.895 (2020) 
- Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) Categorization: Low 
- Is Malta a signatory to CRPD: Yes (30 March 2007) 
- Has Malta ratified CRPD: Yes (10 October 2012) 
- Population with a disability: 62,095 (2022 est.)