Lack Of Democratic Protocol Marks The End Of GSLP Term

By Orlando Yeats 

As we enter the final days before Gibraltar goes to the polls, I would like to draw attention to an aspect of the election campaign that has passed by virtually unnoticed to media and political commentators alike. It is an issue of great significance especially to those who attach importance to the democratic credentials and conduct of an administration. I am referring to the GSLP-Liberal caretaker Government’s abject failure to abide by Westminster styled traditions, the conventions and customs that political parties in UK adhere to and which Mr Picardo often pays enthusiastic lip service to. 

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Experience Matters

By Danny Feetham

At this election experience does matter and the GSD has it in abundance. Both Keith and I worked very closely at No 6 Convent Place with the then Chief Minister Sir Peter Caruana. We know what it is to govern. Five further members of our list have Government or parliamentary experience. We are ready to deal with the challenges posed by Brexit and today I want outline the six core principles that underpin our strategy in our manifesto.

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