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ENG: The Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party (GSLP) is the oldest surviving active political party in Gibraltar. Its grass roots are deep in the trade union movement, as its founder and former leader Joe Bossano was the District Officer of the Transport and General Workers Union (TGWU). The party has been led since 2011 by Fabian Picardo. The GSLP is in Government in alliance with the Gibraltar Liberal Party, having won the 2011 election with its full candidature of 10 entering into Parliament giving it a 10-7 majority over the defeated GSD party formerly in Government. At the 2003 election election to the House of Assembly, the GSLP/Libs polled 41% of the vote, with the GSD polling 51% and other parties 8% which returned 7 of the GSLP/Lib members (5 GSLP, 2 Liberal) to the House of ...
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PDP man Pozo moves to GSLP


Kayron Pozo has publically announced his departure from the Progressive Democrats Party (PDP), a departure he made in September 2012 but did so without announcement so “not to damage the party.” He also announced he is “now a proud member of the Gibraltar Socialist and Labour Party family.” A decision he did not make lightly, saying he “pondered” on the decision for seven months. Mr Pozo explains he left the party after taking a five-month sabbatical due to family problems and after realising if he wants “to be in a position to make my views ...


GSLP AGM 2010


The Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party held its Annual General Meeting last night at a packed John Macintosh Hall Theatre. The GSLP was boosted by a massive attendance of its rank and file membership. The evening started with the Party holding its annual elections to its Executive Committee to fill the posts left vacant by the rotational retirement of members.Nicholas Avellano, Daniel Guerrero and Chairman and political veteran Juan Carlos Perez were re—elected to their posts. Brenda Torres Domenici and Mario Victory were newly elected. The meeting then moved on to deal with a number of ...


GSLP/Libs Continued Folly on the Airport


Why are the GSLP/Libs undermining Gibraltar's case on sovereignty? In an attempt to make local political capital in their quest for votes and power they give to Spain arguments that they could and would not use against Gibraltar. This a a bad addiction that they do not seem able to overcome.Why do they say “It would be totally unacceptable to have a building on the Spanish side which is called the “north terminal” or worse still “La Linea airport” and in the same breath, by restating the obvious, bring into doubt that the airport is ‘Gibraltar airport’ ...


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