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Senate (Antigua and Barbuda)

Senate
Type
Type
Leadership
President
Senator the Hon. Alincia T. H. Williams-Grant
Seats 17
Elections
Appointment by the Governor-General
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Antigua and Barbuda

The Senate is the Upper House of Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda. It consists of 17 members appointed by the Governor General. Ten Members are appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister, four on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition, one on the advice of the Barbuda Council, one resident of Barbuda on the advice of the Prime Minister, and one at the Governor General's discretion.

The current President of the Senate is Senator the Hon. Alincia T. H. Williams-Grant from 2014, with Senator the Hon. Osbert Richard Frederick serving as Vice-President.[1]

Members of the Senate

The following are the current members of the Antigua and Barbuda Senate.[2]
Position Senator
President of the Senate Senator the Hon. Alincia T. H. Williams-Grant
Leader of Government Business Senator the Hon. Lennox O’Reilly Weston
Government Senator Senator the Hon. Maureen Payne-Hyman
Government Senator Senator the Hon. Londel Turham McAlister Benjamin
Government Senator Senator the Hon. Cheryl Mary Clare Hurst
Government Senator Senator the Hon. Michael Nathaniel St. Patrick Freeland
Government Senator Senator the Hon. Wigley Franklin Nathaniel George
Government Senator Senator the Hon. Shenella Mary Shadida Govia
Deputy President of the Senate Senator the Hon. Osbert Richard Frederick
Government Senator Senator the Hon. Colin Lesley Anderson James
Government Senator from Barbuda Senator the Hon. Adrian Lee
Independent Senator (Governor General’s Representative) Senator the Hon. Sylvia Camacho O’Mard
Opposition Senator Senator the Hon. Harold E.E. Lovell
Opposition Senator Senator the Hon. Jacqui Quinn Leandro
Opposition Senator Senator the Hon. Shawn Nicholas
Opposition Senator Senator the Hon. Anthony Stuart
Barbuda Senator (Barbuda Council) Senator the Hon. Shaenique Fortune

See also

References

  1. ^ "Members Of The House Of Representatives". Government of Antigua and Barbuda. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "Members Of The Senate". Government of Antigua and Barbuda. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 


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