Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, right, arrives to casts his ballot with his wife Catherine Callus and their son Paul, in Valletta, Malta, Saturday, March 9, 2013. Maltese head to the polls Saturday to decide whether to grant the center-right Nationalist Party a fourth straight term or give the opposition a shot at government after 15 years. (AP Photo/Lino Arrigo Azzopardi)

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Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, right, arrives to casts his ballot with his wife Catherine Callus and their son Paul, in Valletta, Malta, Saturday, March 9, 2013. Maltese head to the polls Saturday to decide whether to grant the center-right Nationalist Party a fourth straight term or give the opposition a shot at government after 15 years. (AP Photo/Lino Arrigo Azzopardi)
Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, right, arrives to casts his ballot with his wife Catherine Callus and their son Paul, in Valletta, Malta, Saturday, March 9, 2013. Maltese head to the polls Saturday to decide whether to grant the center-right Nationalist Party a fourth straight term or give the opposition a shot at government after 15 years. (AP Photo/Lino Arrigo Azzopardi)
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