2000 Gibraltar general election

2000 Gibraltar general election

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15 seats in the House of Assembly
8 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Peter Caruana portrait.jpg Joebossano.jpg
Leader Peter Caruana Joe Bossano
Party Social Democrats Socialist Labour
Seats won 8 7
Popular vote 67,443 46,896
Percentage 58.35% 40.57%

Chief Minister before election

Peter Caruana
Social Democrats

Elected Chief Minister

Peter Caruana
Social Democrats

General elections were held in Gibraltar in 2000. They were won by Peter Caruana's incumbent Gibraltar Social Democrats (GSD), which received over 50% of the popular vote and won eight of the fifteen seats.

Results

PartyVotes%Seats+/–
Gibraltar Social Democrats67,44358.3580
Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party46,89640.5770
Independents1,2501.0800
Total115,589100.00150
Total votes14,936
Registered voters/turnout17,87483.56
Source: Gibraltar Elections, Parliament

By candidate

The first fifteen candidates were elected to the House of Assembly.

# Party Candidate Votes
6 GSD CARUANA, Peter Richard 8747
13 GSD LINARES, Bernard Anthony 8700
2 GSD AZOPARDI, Keith 8523
12 GSD HOLLIDAY, Joseph John 8404
5 GSD BRITTO, Ernest Michael 8361
7 GSD CORBY, Hubert Alfred 8275
16 GSD NETTO, James Joseph 8250
10 GSD DEL AGUA, Yvette 8183
4 GSLP/Liberal BOSSANO, Joseph John 6287
11 GSLP/Liberal GARCIA, Joseph John 5911
3 GSLP/Liberal BALDACHINO, Joseph Louis 5897
15 GSLP/Liberal MONTEGRIFFO, Maria Isabel 5813
18 GSLP/Liberal VALARINO, Reginald G 5808
17 GSLP/Liberal PEREZ, Juan Carlos 5805
14 GSLP/Liberal LINARES, Steven Ernest 5727
9 GSLP/Liberal DARYANANI, Vijay 5648
1 IND ARMSTRONG-EMERY, Lyana Patricia 645
8 IND CUMMING, Peter Andrew 605
Source: Gibraltar Elections

References


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