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In Trinidad and Tobago, the Speaker, or in his absence the Deputy Speaker, presides over each sitting of the House of Representatives, acts as Chairman of Committees of the House and enforces the observance of all rules for preserving order in its proceedings.
Speakers of the House of Representatives
Name Term Served Date Elected
John.L.H.W.SAVARY 1950 - 1955
8th Legislative Council

Speaker Savary proceeded on pre-retirement leave in March 1955 and died shortly afterward. The Deputy Speaker, Hon. A.S. Sinanan (the Member for Naparima) presided until the Legislative Council was dissolved on 25 May 1956

20 October, 1950
Edgar Mortimer DUKE 1956 - 1961
9th Legislative Council
28 October, 1956
Arnold THOMASOS 1961 - 1981
1st Independent Parliament
2nd Independent Parliament
3rd Independent Parliament
1st Republican Parliament
29 December, 1961
Matthew RAMCHARAN 1981 - 1986
2nd Republican Parliament
27 November, 1981
Nizam MOHAMMED 1986 - 1991
3rd Republican Parliament
12 January, 1987
Occah SEAPAUL 1992 - 1995
4th Republican Parliament
13 January, 1992
Hector McCLEAN 1995 - 2000
5th Republican Parliament
27 November, 1995
Rupert GRIFFITH 2001 - 2002
6th Republican Parliament
12 January 2001
Barendra SINANAN 2002 - 2007
8th Republican Parliament
17 October 2002
Barendra SINANAN
2007 - 2010
9th Republican Parliament
17 December 2007
Wade MARK
2010 - 2015
10th Republican Parliament
18 June 2010
Bridgid ANNISETTE-GEORGE 2015 -
11th Republican Parliament
23 September 2015
source: http://www.ttparliament.org
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