Gibraltar general election, 2000

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Gibraltar general election, 2000
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15 seats to the Gibraltar House of Assembly
8 seats were needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Peter Caruana portrait.jpg Joebossano.jpg
Leader Peter Caruana Joe Bossano
Party Social Democrats Socialist Labour
Leader since 1991
Seats won 8 7
Percentage 58.4% 40.6%

Chief Minister before election

Peter Caruana
Social Democrats

Elected Chief Minister

Peter Caruana
Social Democrats

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General elections were held in Gibraltar in 2000. They were won by Peter Caruana's incumbent Gibraltar Social Democrats (GSD), who took over 50% of the popular vote and eight of the 15 contested seats.


The results in order of votes were as follows:[1]

Name of candidate Number of
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

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