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SENATE COMPOSITION
The Senate has 11 members; six are nominated by the government, three by the opposition and two by the Governor-General.
SENATE TIMELINE
Election Date
Monday 11 December 2006
First Meeting of Parliament
Tuesday, 9 January 2007
Dissolution of Parliament
Monday, 7 November 2011
OFFICERS OF THE SENATE
Photo Senator the Hon. Rosemary HUSBANDS-MATHURIN
President (2007 - 2008)
Photo Senator the Hon. Evaris JnMARIE
President (2008 - 2008)
Photo Senator the Hon. Gail V. PHILIP
President (2008 - 2010)
Photo Senator the Hon. Leonne THEODORE-JOHN
President (2010 - 2011)
SPEECHES FROM THE THRONE
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Ninth Parliament of Saint Lucia
(partial list)
    Member's Name Party
  Photo Senator the Hon. Rosemary HUSBANDS-MATHURIN
President of the Senate
  Learn more Senator the Hon. Guy MAYERS UWP
  Learn more Senator the Hon. Ausbert D'AUVERGNE UWP
  Learn more Senator the Hon. Allen CHASTANET UWP
  Learn more Senator the Hon. Tessa MANGAL UWP
  Learn more Senator the Hon. Gaspard CHARLEMAGNE UWP
  Learn more Senator the Hon. Dr. Nicholas FREDERICK*
Leader of Government Business in the Senate
UWP
  Learn more Senator Damian GREAVES SLP
* Until 20 July 2010; replaced by Lorenzo Rudolph Francis
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