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Members of the House of Representatives 1989 - 1994
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Old Antigua Parliament
Representative Constituency Party
Hon. Henderson SIMON St. John's City West ALP
Hon. John ST. LUCE St. John's City East ALP
Hon Christopher O'MARD St. John's City South ALP
Hon. Baldwin SPENCER St. John's Rural West UNDP
Hon. Vere BIRD Jr. St. John's Rural South ALP
Hon. Lester BIRD St. John's Rural East ALP
Hon. Vere BIRD Sr.
Prime Minister
St. John's Rural North ALP
Hon. Molwyn JOSEPH St. Mary's North ALP
Hon. Hugh Charlesworth MARSHALL St. Mary's South ALP
Hon. Eustace COCHRANE All Saints East & St. Luke ALP
Hon. Hilroy HUMPHREYS All Saints West ALP
Ho. Adolphus FREELAND St. George ALP
Hon. Joseph MYERS St. Peter ALP
Hon. Robin YEARWOOD St. Phillip North ALP
Hon. Reuben Henry HARRIS St. Phillip South ALP
Hon. Rodney WILLIAMS St. Paul ALP
Hon. Thomas Hilbourne FRANK Barbuda BPM
Election Date
Thursday, 9 March 1989
First Meeting of Parliament
Monday, 20 March 1989
Dissolution of Parliament
Friday, 18 February 1994
Hon. Casford L. MURRAY
Acts of Parliament
Source: Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission
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