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The Senate of Barbados 2018-present
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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.
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SENATE COMPOSITION
The Senate has 21 appointed Members headed by a President.
Distribution of Seats by Party
  Barbados Labour Party 12
  Opposition Senators 2
  Independent Senators 7
SENATE TIMELINE
Election Date
Thursday, 24 May 2018
First Meeting of Parliament
Tuesday, 5 June 2018
OFFICERS OF THE SENATE
Photo His Honour Senator Sir Richard CHELTENHAM, KA, QC
President of the Senate
Photo His Honour Senator Rudolph GREENIDGE
Deputy President of the Senate
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RELATED RESOURCES
House of Assembly of 2018 - present
Cabinet of 2018 - present
Standing Orders of the Senate of Barbados (1966)
source: http://www.barbadosparliament.com
  Photo Name Party
  Photo His Honour Senator Sir Richard CHELTENHAM, KA, QC
President of the Senate
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo His Honour Senator Rudolph GREENIDGE
Deputy President of the Senate
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator the Hon. Dr.  Jerome X. WALCOTT, JP
Leader of the Senate
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator the Hon. Kay McCONNEY Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator the Hon. Lucille MOE Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Dr. Rommel SPRINGER Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Rawdon ADAMS Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Lisa CUMMINS Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Rudy GRANT Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Lynette HOLDER Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Damien SANDS Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Dr. Crystal HAYNES Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Senator Caswell FRANKLYN Opposition Senator
  Photo Senator Crystal DRAKES Opposition Senator
  Photo Senator Toni MOORE Independent Senator
  Photo Senator Monique TAITT Independent Senator
  Photo Senator Rev. John ROGERS Independent Senator
From 14 Dec 2018
  Photo Senator Lindell NURSE Independent Senator
  Photo Senator Christopher MAYNARD Independent Senator
  Photo Senator Alphea WIGGINS Independent Senator
  Photo Senator Kevin BOYCE Independent Senator
  Changes to Senate during session
 
  Photo Rev. Michael MAXWELL Independent Senator
4 Jun 2018 - 14 Dec 2018
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