Chief Minister of Gibraltar
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Incumbent
Fabian Picardo

since 9 December 2011
StyleThe Honourable
Residence6 Convent Place
AppointerGovernor of Gibraltar
Term lengthAt the Governor's pleasure
Formation11 August 1964; 58 years ago (1964-08-11)
First holderSir Joshua Hassan
WebsiteOffice of the Chief Minister

The chief minister of Gibraltar is the head of His Majesty's Government of Gibraltar who is elected by 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)

# Portrait Chief Minister
Office
(Lifespan)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party
1
Sir Joshua Hassan
Sir Joshua Hassan
(1915–1997)
11 August
1964
6 August
1969
1964 AA Civil Rights
4 years, 360 days
2
Sir Robert Peliza
Sir Robert Peliza
(1920–2011)
6 August
1969
25 June
1972
1969 Integration with Britain
2 years, 324 days
3
(1)
Sir Joshua Hassan
Sir Joshua Hassan
(1915–1997)
25 June
1972
8 December
1987
1972 AA Civil Rights
1976
1980
1984
15 years, 166 days
4
Adolfo Canepa
Adolfo Canepa
(born 1940)
8 December
1987
25 March
1988
AA Civil Rights
108 days
5
Joe Bossano
Joseph Bossano
(born 1939)
25 March
1988
17 May
1996
1988
1992
Socialist Labour
8 years, 53 days
6
Peter Caruana
Sir Peter Caruana
(born 1956)
17 May
1996
9 December
2011
1996
2000
2003
2007
Social Democrats
15 years, 206 days
7
Fabian Picardo
Fabian Picardo
(born 1972)
9 December
2011
Incumbent 2011
2015
2019
Socialist Labour
10 years, 281 days

See also