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Gibraltar general election, 2003

Gibraltar general election, 2003

28 November 2003

17 seats to the Gibraltar House of Assembly
9 seats were needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Peter Caruana Joe Bossano
Party Social Democrats
Alliance
Leader since 1996 1978
Last election 8 (out of 15) (58.35%) 7 (out of 15) (40.57%)
Seats won 8 7
Seat change Steady Steady
Percentage 51.0% 40.0%

Chief Minister before election

Peter Caruana
Social Democrats

Elected Chief Minister

Peter Caruana
Social Democrats


General elections were held in Gibraltar on 28 November 2003. They were won by Peter Caruana's Gibraltar Social Democrats (GSD), who took over 50% of the popular vote and 8 of the 15 available seats, making this their third successive win.

Results

External links

  • Results of the 2003 Gibraltar Elections


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