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Members of the 2009 - 2014 House of Representatives
Antigua Parliament
  Photo Representative Constituency Party
  Learn more Hon. Baldwin SPENCER
Prime Minister
St. John's Rural West UPP
  Learn more Hon. Harold LOVELL St. John's City East UPP
  Learn more Hon. John MAGINLEY St. John's Rural North UPP
  Learn more Hon. Hilson BAPTISTE St. Mary's South UPP
  Learn more Hon. Chester HUGHES All Saints East & St. Luke UPP
  Learn more Hon. Chanlah CODRINGTON All Saints West UPP
  Learn more Hon. Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO St. George UPP
  Learn more Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL St. Phillip South UPP
  Learn more Hon. Eleston ADAMS St. Paul UPP
  Learn more Hon. Trevor WALKER Barbuda BPM
  Learn more Hon. Justin SIMON Attorney General UPP
  Learn more Hon. Gaston BROWNE
Leader of the Opposition
St. John's City West ALP
  Learn more Hon. Steadroy Cutie BENJAMIN St. John's City South ALP
  Learn more Hon. Eustace LAKE St. John's Rural South ALP
  Learn more Hon. Lester BIRD St. John's Rural East ALP
  Learn more Hon. Molwyn JOSEPH St. Mary's North ALP
  Learn more Hon. Asot MICHAEL St. Peter ALP
  Learn more Hon. Robin YEARWOOD St. Phillip North ALP
The House of Representatives of Antigua and Barbuda is the lower chamber of the country's bicameral parliament. The current House of Representatives, formed following elections held on 12 March 2009 has a total of 19 members. 17 members are directly elected to five year terms from single member constituencies using the first-past-the-post system and the Speaker and the Attorney General.
Distribution of Seats by Party
  Antigua and Barbuda Labour Paty 7
  United Progressive Party 9
  Democratic National Alliance 1
Originally: ABLP-15; UPP-2, based on election results
Distribution of Seats by Gender
  Men 16
  Women 1
Election Date
Thursday, 12 March 2009
First Meeting of Parliament
Thursday, 12 March 2009
Dissolution of Parliament
Friday, 16 May 2014
Learn more Hon. Giselle ISAAC-ARINDELL
Learn more Hon. Chester HUGHES
Deputy Speaker
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Source: Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission
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