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VOX Gibraltar News

PDP launch its official online newsletter “Gibraltar First”

The party understands that criticising and attacking policies of the government and/or opposition is not good enough for democracy if you cannot provide constructive criticism or present an alternative option.


The Progressive Democratic Party has today launched its official online newsletter titled “Gibraltar First” as part of its outreach campaign. The newsletter, which will be published regularly, will feature the latest press releases, messages, policies and comments directly from the party executive, says PDP leader, Nick Cruz.
He adds that the idea behind a newsletter is to allow the public to see things from the party’s viewpoint. The party understands that criticising and attacking policies of the government and/or opposition is not good enough for democracy if you cannot provide constructive criticism or present an alternative option.
In the document you will find our latest and most important press releases and our alternative policies. In this first edition we consider the options facing the electorate in light of recent political developments; we take a look at the GSLP/Liberal government’s first year in office and give details of our comprehensive training plan, “Targeted Training”. We also cover news on the floating hostel and the Gibraltar Saving’s Bank. The newsletter will also include messages and comments from the PDP executive.
The January 2013 edition of “Gibraltar First” can be obtained from the party’s
website via this link - www.pdp.gi/newsletters. You can follow the party’s progress on Facebook and Twitter.
The PDP will be taking further steps in the coming weeks and months as part of its efforts to communicate its progressive message which will include face to face meetings with associations and societies.