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HOUSE COMPOSITION
The House of Assembly has 17 directly elected Members and one Speaker.
HOUSE TIMELINE
Election Date
Monday, 17 November 2011
First Meeting of Parliament
Thursday, 5 January 2012
Dissolution of Parliament
Thursday, 19 May 2016
OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE
Photo Hon. Peter I. FOSTER
Speaker
SPEECHES FROM THE THRONE
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Tenth Parliament of Saint Lucia
    Member's Name Constituency Party
  Photo HIPPOLYTE, Emma Gros Islet SLP
  Photo REYNOLDS, Alvina Babonneau SLP
  Photo KING, Stephenson Castries North UWP
  Photo PIERRE, Phillip Joseph
Deputy Prime Minister
Castries East SLP
  Photo FREDERICK, Richard Castries Central UWP
  Photo LEWIS, Robert Castries South SLP
  Photo LONG, Desmond Anse La Raye/Canaries SLP
  Photo DALSAN, Harold Nobertson Soufriere SLP
  Photo THEOPHILUS, Lorne Danquah Choiseul SLP
  Photo BAPTISTE, Alva Romanus Laborie SLP
  Photo ANTHONY, Kenny Davis
Prime Minister
Vieux Fort South SLP
  Photo Jn BAPTISTE, Moses Vieux Fort North SLP
  Photo JAMES, Arsene Vigil Micoud South UWP
  Photo RIGOBERT, Gale Tracey C.
Leader of the Opposition
Micoud North UWP
  Photo ESTEPHANE, Edmund Dennery South UWP
  Photo EDWARD, Shawn Andrey Dennery North SLP
  Photo JOSEPH, Guy Eardley Castries South East UWP
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