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Paul
ADDERLEY

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Janet
BOSTWICK

Former Attorney General
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John Henry
BOSTWICK

Former Senate President
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Sir Alvin
BRAYNEN

Former Speaker
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Loretta
BUTLER-TURNER

Current Opposition Leader
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Sir Arlington
BUTLER

Former Speaker
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Milo
BUTLER, Jr.

Former Speaker
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Sir Milo
BUTLER

Former Governor-General
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Sir Gerald
CASH

Former Governor-General
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Perry
CHRISTIE

Former Prime Minister
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Edwin
COLEBY

Former Senate President
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Sir Clifford
DARLING

Former Governor-General
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Dame Ivy
DUMONT

Former Governor-General
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Sir Arthur
FOULKES

Former Governor-General
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Sir Arthur
HANNA

Former Governor-General
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Lynn
HOLOWESKO

Former Senate President
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Hubert
INGRAHAM

Former Prime Minister
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Oswald
INGRAHAM

Former Speaker
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Dame Doris
JOHNSON

Former Senate President
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Rome
JOHNSON

Former Speaker
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Geoffrey
JOHNSTONE

Former Cabinet Minister
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Kendal
MAJOR

Current Speaker
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Branville
McCARTNEY

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Hubert
MINNIS

Current Prime Minister
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Bernard
NOTTAGE

Former Cabinet Minister
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Dame Margurite
PINDLING

Current Governor-General
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Sir Lynden
PINDLING

First Prime Minister
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Sir John
PAUL

Former Governor
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George
ROBERTS

Former Senate President
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Alvin
SMITH

Former Opposition Leader
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Robert
SYMONETTE

Former Speaker
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Roland
SYMONETTE

Former Premier
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Vernon
SYMONETTE

Former Speaker
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Sir Henry
TAYLOR

Former Governor-General
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Sir Orville
TURNQUEST

Former Governor-General
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Cecil
WALLACE-WHITFIELD

Current Opposition Leader
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Sharon
WILSON

Current Senate President
     
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