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Chief Minister of Gibraltar

Chief Minister of Gibraltar
Fabian Picardo

since 9 December 2011
Style The Honourable
Residence 6 Convent Place
Appointer Governor of Gibraltar
Term length At the Governor's pleasure
Formation 11 August 1964
First holder Sir Joshua Hassan
Website Office of the Chief Minister

The Chief Minister of Gibraltar is the head of Her Majesty's Government of Gibraltar who is elected to the Gibraltar Parliament, and formally appointed by the Governor of Gibraltar, representative of the British Monarch. The incumbent Chief Minister is Fabian Picardo, since 9 December 2011, leader of the Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party.

Chief Ministers of Gibraltar (1964–Present)

# Picture Name Took Office Left Office Party
1 Sir Joshua Hassan Sir Joshua Hassan
(1st term)
11 August 1964 6 August 1969 Association for the Advancement of Civil Rights
2 Sir Robert Peliza Sir Robert Peliza 6 August 1969 25 June 1972 Integration with Britain Party
(1) Sir Joshua Hassan Sir Joshua Hassan
(2nd term)
25 June 1972 8 December 1987 Association for the Advancement of Civil Rights
3 Adolfo Canepa Adolfo Canepa 8 December 1987 25 March 1988 Association for the Advancement of Civil Rights
4 Joe Bossano Joe Bossano 25 March 1988 17 May 1996 Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party
5 Peter Caruana Sir Peter Caruana 17 May 1996 9 December 2011 Gibraltar Social Democrats
6 Fabian Picardo Fabian Picardo 9 December 2011 Incumbent Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party

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