Wednesday, 2nd December 2015
GSD unveils shadow cabinet portfolios
The shadow cabinet has formalised the respective portfolios for each GSD Member of Parliament.
“We understand and respect the result of the General Election and the role that the people have chosen for us and we very much look forward to serving the community in and outside parliament as the elected representatives of our great community,” a GSD spokesman said.
GSD Leader Daniel Feetham takes on responsibility for the economy, financial services, gaming, telecommunications, the public sector and MoD, industrial relations, civil aviation, e-Government, Brexit and personal status: including immigration and residence.
Health, education, broadcasting and media are the responsibility of Marlene Hassan Nahon.
Elliott Phillips has been assigned the justice, employment, training, youth, equality, civil rights, exchange of information and drugs and rehabilitation portfolios.
Edwin Reyes takes on housing, sports and leisure, culture and civil contingencies.
Roy Clinton is now responsible for public finance, the Gibraltar Savings Bank, inward investment, small business and heritage.
The Environment, transport and traffic, technical services, utilities, planning, health and safety and European affairs are the responsibility of GSD Chairman Trevor Hammond.
And Lawrence Llamas takes on responsibility for Social Services, families and children, tourism, the Port and animal welfare and abuse.
In a statement the GSD also thanked all those who took part in the General Election.
The GSD highlighted “those working hard in the counting rooms, the Parliament team, the Royal Gibraltar Police for maintaining security and the media who did a sterling job of bringing up to date coverage throughout the night.”