|Head of state||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Legislature||Parliament of Gibraltar|
|Head of government||Fabian Picardo|
|Headquarters||6 Convent Place,|
|Main organ||Cabinet of Gibraltar|
|Court||Supreme Court of Gibraltar|
Her Majesty's Government of Gibraltar is the democratically elected government of the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar. The head of state is Queen Elizabeth II who is represented by the Governor. Elections in Gibraltar are held every four years, with a unicameral parliament of 18 members of which 17 members are elected by popular vote and one, the Speaker, appointed by Parliament.
The leader of the majority party (or majority coalition) is formally appointed by the governor as the Chief Minister (head of government).
The Cabinet (Council of Ministers) is generally formed by 10 of the 17 elected Members of Parliament, through choice made by the Chief Minister with the approval of the Governor. The seven remaining members constitute the Opposition (Shadow Cabinet).
The last general election was held on 17 October 2019.
The Cabinet (elected as from December 2011) and after the reshuffle, as announced by the Chief Minister after the 2019 general election.
|GSLP||Fabian Picardo MP|
|LPG||Joseph Garcia MP||
|GSLP||John Cortes MP MBE||
|GSLP||Albert Isola MP||
|GSLP||Samantha Sacramento MP||
|GSLP||Sir Joseph Bossano MP||
|LPG||Vijay Daryanani MP||
|GSLP||Paul Balban MP||
|LPG||Steven Linares MP||
|GSLP||Gilbert Licudi MP||