A GBC exit poll has predicted Fabian Picardo and the GSLP/Liberals will return to Government for another four years.
Meanwhile, new party Together Gibraltar (TG) appear to have decimated the GSD in the fight for Opposition seats.
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The Rock’s current government polled 54.7%, roughly what was expected, while the GSD got 23% and TG 21.3%.
According to the poll of at least 700 voters after they had cast their ballots, TG would take two seats in Parliament.
Party leader and former GSD MP Marlene Hassan Nahon also appeared to have succeeded in topping the Opposition list of candidates.
This would be a remarkable achievement for the politician, and TG, which only became a political party last October.
The final turnout of this general election was 70.85% totalling 17138 votes.