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The Senate of Barbados 1999-2003
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There are 21 members of the Senate, 12 are appointed by the Prime Minister, seven by the Governor General in his discretion to represent various interests in the community such as religious, economic, social and other such interests as he thinks ought to be be represented and 2 by the Leader of Opposition. Senators may also be appointed as Ministers or Parliamentary Secretaries.  The Senate meets chiefly when there is business from the House of Assembly.
The Senate has 21 appointed Members headed by a President.
Distribution of Seats by Party
  Barbados Labour Party 12
  Democratic Labour Party 2
  Independents 7
Election Date
Wednesday, 20 January 1999
First Meeting of Parliament
Tuesday, 16 February 1999
Dissolution of Parliament
Friday, 25 April 2003
His Honour Senator Sir Fred GOLLOP, KA
President of the Senate
His Honour Senator C. Lindsay BOLDEN
Deputy President of the Senate
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  Name Party
  His Honour Senator Sir Fred GOLLOP, KA
President of the Senate
Barbados Labour Party
  His Honour Senator C. Lindsay BOLDEN
Deputy President of the Senate
Barbados Labour Party
  Senator the Hon. Phillip GODDARD Barbados Labour Party
  Senator the Hon. Glyne MURRAY Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Tyronne BARKER Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Cynthia FORDE Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Patricia SYMMONDS Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Jessica ODLE Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Patricia ALLEYNE Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Gray BROME Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Dale MARSHALL Barbados Labour Party
  Senator George GRIFFITH Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Clyde MASCOLL Democratic Labour Party
  Senator Cyrillene THOMAS-MASCOLL Democratic Labour Party
  Senator Branston COLLYMORE Independent
  Senator Velma NEWTON Independent
  Senator Leonard ROCK Independent
  Senator LeRoy TROTMAN Independent
  Senator Peggy RICKINSON Independent
  Senator Keith LAURIE Independent
  Senator John Stanley GODDARD Independent
  Senator John WILLIAMS (from 2000) Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Desmond HAYNES (2001-03) Barbados Labour Party
  Senator Leroy McCLEAN (from 2000) Democratic Labour Party
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