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The House of Assembly comprises 30 members elected by adult suffrage on the first past-the-post system. The Presiding Officer of the House of Assembly is the Speaker. Visitors to the public gallery are called Strangers. The House of Assembly usually meets on Tuesday, but if there is urgent business a meeting can be called on any other day. Senate usually sits on Wednesday.
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Members of the 2013-2018 Barbados House of Assembly

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HOUSE COMPOSITION
The House of Assembly has 30 directly elected Members including the Speaker.
Distribution of Seats
  Democratic Labour Party 16
  Barbados Labour Party 12
  Independents 2
Originally: DLP-16; BLP-14, based on election results
HOUSE TIMELINE
Election Date
Thursday, 21 February 2013
First Meeting of Parliament
Wednesday, 6 March 2013
OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE
Photo His Honour Michael A. CARRINGTON, QC, MP, Speaker
Photo Her Honour Mrs. M-J. Mara THOMPSON, MP, Deputy Speaker
SPEECHES FROM THE THRONE
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NATIONAL BUDGETS
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  Photo Member's Name Constituency Party
  Photo Rt. Hon. Freundel J. STUART, QC, MP
Prime Minister
St Michael South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Denis St.E. KELLMAN, MP St Lucy Democratic Labour Party
  Photo His Honour Michael A. CARRINGTON, QC, MP
Speaker
St Michael West Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Her Honour Mrs. M-J. Mara THOMPSON, MP
Deputy Speaker
St John Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Donville O'N. INNISS, MP St James South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Ronald D. JONES, MP Christ Church East Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. John D. E. BOYCE, MP Christ Church South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Dr. the Hon. Denis S. LOWE, MP Christ Church East Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Dr. the Hon. David C. ESTWICK, MP St Philip West Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Adriel D. BRATHWAITE, QC, MP St Philip South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Michael A. LASHLEY, MP St Philip North Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Christopher P. SINCKLER, MP St Michael North West Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Mr. James D. PAUL, MP St Michael West Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Steven D. BLACKETT, MP St Michael Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Richard L. SEALY, MP St Michael South Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Stephen A. LASHLEY, MP Christ Church West Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Hon. Miss Mia A. MOTTLEY, QC, MP
Leader of the Opposition
St Michael North East Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Edmund HINKSON, MP St James North Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Kerrie D. SYMMONDS, MP St James Central Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. George W. PAYNE, QC, MP St Andrew Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Miss Cynthia Y. FORDE, JP, MP St Thomas Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Dale D. MARSHALL, QC, MP St Joseph Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Gline A. CLARKE, JP, MP St George North Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Dwight SUTHERLAND, MP St George South Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Trevor PRESCOD, MP St Michael East Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Jeffrey BOSTIC, MP City of Bridgetown Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Miss Santia BRADSHAW, MP St Michael South East Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mr. Ronald St. C. TOPPIN, MP St Michael North Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Rt. Hon. Owen S. ARTHUR, MP St Peter Independent
  Photo Dr. Maria AGARD, MP Christ Church West Independent
source: http://www.barbadosparliament.com
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