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List of political parties in Gibraltar

 

List of political parties in Gibraltar

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Gibraltar

This article lists political parties in Gibraltar.

Contents

  • Current parties 1
    • Active Gibraltarian parties 1.1
    • Active British parties 1.2
    • Currently inactive parties 1.3
  • Defunct parties 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Current parties

Active Gibraltarian parties

Name Abbreviated Ideology Position MPs
Gibraltar Social Democrats GSD Social Democracy, Social Liberalism Centre-left 7
Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party GSLP Social Democracy, Populism Centre-left 7
Liberal Party of Gibraltar Libs Liberalism Centre 3

Active British parties

Currently inactive parties

Name Abbreviated Ideology Position MPs
New Gibraltar Democracy NGD Conservatism, Christian democracy Centre-right 0

Defunct parties

Name Abbreviated Ideology Position Dissolved
Progressive Democratic Party PDP Liberal conservatism Centre-right 2013
Gibraltar Labour Party GLP Socialism Left-wing 2005
Gibraltar Reform Party GRP Green socialism Left-wing 2005
Association for the Advancement of Civil Rights AACR Civil Liberalism Centre-right 1992
Democratic Party of British Gibraltar DPBG Conservatism Right-wing -
Gibraltar Democratic Movement GDM Social democracy Centre-left -
Integration with Britain Party IWBP Integrationism Centre-left -
Commonwealth Party CWP - - 1957
Party for the Autonomy of Gibraltar PAG Integrationism (Spain) Right-wing 1980s

See also

References

  1. ^ The Conservative Party in Gibraltar
  2. ^ http://www.gbc.gi/news/2198/ukip-to-contest-gibraltar-2015-elections
  3. ^ UKIP To Contest Gibraltar 2015 General Election UKIP To Contest Gibraltar 2015 General Election - Aug 19 2013, YGTV

External links

  • Gibraltar Social Democrats
  • Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party
  • Liberal Party
  • The Conservative Party in Gibraltar
  • Progressive Democratic Party
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