4th October 2019, 16:46
Together Gibraltar says their manifesto is based on four pillars: economic diversity, anti corruption, the environment & equality. Marlene Hassan Nahon says the electorate should vote with hope, not with fear.
Together Gibraltar says the manifesto describes the party's formula for a better democracy. - active participation and representation as well as internal democracy.
It says the four pillars of its manifesto will have a transformative impact for Gibraltar, and address the most pressing issues affecting our society.
The first of these is the environment. The second pillar is equality, where Together Gibraltar vows to introduce a progressive form of civil rights believing we are lagging decades behind in the way we treat women, minorities and disadvantaged groups.
The party also lists anti-corruption among its main themes, and vows to spend a minimum of £25 million over four years to root our corruption, including the creating of an anti-corruption commission.
Together Gibraltar describes the diversification of the economy as its fourth pillar, saying it needs to be made more resilient to outside forces.
Aside from its manifesto, Together Gibraltar has produced a business brochure which sets out its commitments to the business community, and which it plans to distribute digitally.
The documents can be found on togethergibraltar.com