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The House of Assembly of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a unicameral legislature that serves as the legislative body for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The House has a total of 21 members.15 represent single member constituencies and are elected using plurality voting, also known as "first past the post". The remaining six are known as Senators, and are appointed by the Governor-General. Four senators are appointed to represent the government and two to represent the opposition.

Members of the Ninth Parliament

13 December 2010 - 7 November 2015

Speaker: Hon. Hendrick ALEXANDER

Thone Speeches: 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015
Government Members of the House of Assembly - ULP
Ralph Gonsalves Girlyn Miguel Clayton Burgin Montgomery Daniel
Hon. Ralph
GONSALVES
N Central Windward
Hon. Girlyn
MIGUEL

Marriaqua
Hon. Clayton
BURGIN

East St. Goerge
Hon. Montgomery
DANIEL

North Windward
Cecil McKie Frederick Stephenson Sabato Caesar David Browne
Hon. Cecil
McKIE
West St. George
Hon. Frederick
STEPHENSON

South Windward
Hon. Saboto
CAESAR

S Central Windward
Hon. Maxwell
CHARLES

Central Leeward
Opposition Members of the House of Assembly - NDP
Arnhim Eustace St. Claaire Leacock Godwin Friday Terrance Ollivierre
Arnhim
EUSTACE

East Kingstown
St. Claire
LEACOCK

Central Kingstown
Godwin
FRIDAY

Northern Grenadines
Terrance
OLLIVIERRE

Southern Grenadines
Daniel Cummings Roland Matthews nigel Stephenson  
Hon. Daniel
CUMMINGS

West Kingstown
Hon. Roland
MATHEWS

North Leeward
Hon. Nigel
STEPHENSON

South Leeward
 
Appointed Senators
Douglas Slater Julian Francis Robert TLV BRowne Jomo Thomas
Hon. Camillo
GONALVES
Hon. Julian
FRANCIS  
Hon. Robert
T.L.V. BROWNE
Hon. Jomo
THOMAS
Vynnette Frederick Linton Lewis    
Hon. Vynnette
FREDERICK
Hon. Linton
LEWIS 
   
Former Members of the House of Assembly
Name
First Sitting Last Sitting
Sir Vincent BEACHE 17 April 2001 10 December 2004
Sir Louis STRAKER 17 April 2001 9 November 2010
Michael BROWNE 17 April 2001 9 November 2010
Selmon WALTERS 17 April 2001 9 November 2010
Rene BAPTISTE 17 April 2001 9 November 2010
Dr. Jerrol THOMPSON 17 April 2001 9 November 2010
Conrad SAYERS 17 April 2001 9 November 2010
Andrea YOUNG 17 April 2001 16 January 2003
Edwin SNAGG 17 April 2001 10 December 2004
Juliet GEORGE 17 April 2001 3 November 2005
Gerard SHALLOW 17 April 2001 3 November 2005
Glen BEACHE
20 February 2003 9 November 2010
Rochelle FORDE 29 December 2005 29 January 2010
Ronald MARKS 29 December 2005 27 March 2008
Richard WILLIAMS 29 December 2005 23 October 2009
Michelle FIFE 19 January 2010 9 November 2010
Anesia BAPTISTE
29 December 2010 28 February 2012
Dr. Douglas SLATER 17 April 2001 15 August 2013
Elvis CHARLES 29 December 2010 15 August 2013
David BROWNE 29 December 2010 15 August 2013
Source: http://www.assembly.gov.vc
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