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HOUSE COMPOSITION
The House of Assembly has 27 directly elected Members including the Speaker.
Distribution of Seats by Party
  Barbados Labour Party 17
  Democratic Labour Party 10
Distribution of Seats by Gender
  Men 26
  Women 1
HOUSE TIMELINE
Election Date
Thursday, 18 June 1981
Dissolution of Parliament
Tuesday, 6 May 1986
OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE
Photo His Honour W. Burton HINDS, MP, Speaker
RELATED RESOURCES
Standing Orders of the House of Assembly of Barbados (1966)
source: http://www.barbadosparliament.com
  Photo Member's Name Constituency Party
  Photo Billie A. MILLER City of
Bridgetown
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Lloyd E. SANDIFORD St Michael South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Donald G. BLACKMAN St. Michael East Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Richard HAYNES St. Michael South Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Aaron TRUSS St. Michael Central Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Delisle BRADSHAW St. Michael South East Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Leroy SISNETT St. Michael North East Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Philip M. GREAVES St. Michael North Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Lawson A. WEEKES St. Michael North West Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Brandford M. TAITT St. Michael West Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Victor JOHNSON St. Michael West Central Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Henry DeB. FORDE Christ Church West Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Maurice KING Christ Church West Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Harold B. ST. JOHN
Deputy Prime Minister (to 11 Mar 1985)
Prime Minister (from 11 Mar 1985)
Christ Church East Central Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Richard CHELTENHAM Christ Church East  Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Warrick FRANKLIN St. Philip North Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Harold BLACKMAN St. Philip South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Jack ODLE St. George North Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Louis TULL St. George South Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Errol W. BARROW
Leader of the Opposition
St. John Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Lindsay BOLDEN St. Joseph Barbados Labour Party
  Photo J.M.G.M. ADAMS*
Prime Minister (died 11 Mar 1985)
St. Thomas Barbados Labour Party
  Photo David A.C. SIMMONS
(elected in 23 May 1985 by-election)
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Lionel S. CRAIG St. James North Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Keith SIMMONS St. James South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo W. Burton HINDS
(resigned Jun 1984)
St. Peter Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Sybil LEACOCK
(elected in 19 Jul by election; later declared null and void)
Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Owen S. ARTHUR
(elected in 22 Nov 1984 by election)
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Lloyd B. BRATHWAITE St. Andrew Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Roy BRATHWAITE St. Lucy Barbados Labour Party
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