#PolitikaOnesta

Government, Ministers & Parliamentary Secretaries

Here you can find the Facebook Ad Spending of Government Ministers and, their respective Ministries, Parliamentary Secretaries and also other government departments.

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Ministers & Parliamentary Secretaries

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Government Deparments

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FAQ

Where is this information coming from?

This information is generated and owned by Facebook as part of Facebook's efforts to increase transparency in advertising, particularly political advertising. We created this webpage to make the information more accessible to the general public in Malta.

What is #PolitikaOnesta?

Our latest initiative, to increase transparency in the financial spending of political parties and government, especially when elections are approaching. We hope to expand this initiative to cover more types of spending, and we are starting with Facebook (and Instagram) spending.

Why are not all ministers, & departments listed?

Not every page has run political Facebook ads on their Facebook pages since April 2019 (which is when Facebook began collecting such data), as a result, Facebook doesn't have any data that can be added to the charts. However there may be instances that pages ran political ads, and Facebook's algorithm didn't notice, making it not visible in the charts.

What is Volt Malta?

A progressive political party in Malta aiming to promote transparency, human rights and democracy, and doing so not just by getting elected but also through leading by example.

How much did it cost to set this up?

0 euros! This is making use of already publicly available data and tools freely provided by Facebook. Anyone could do it.