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There are 15 Members of the House of Assembly: 13 elected by the people of the British Virgin Islands, 9 of which represent the nine electoral districts and 4 are elected Territory wide.  The other two Members of Council are the Speaker and the Attorney General.  The Speaker is elected by the 13 Members of the House of Assembly after a general election or when the office becomes vacant.  The Attorney General by virtue of the Constitution is an ex-officio Member.

Members of the Third House of Assembly

As of 8 June 2015
  Photo Member's Name Constituency Party
  Dr. the Hon. D. Orlando SMITH OBE
Premier
Territorial (At-Large) Member National Democratic Party
  Dr. the Hon. Kedrick PICKERING
Deputy Premier
Member for the Seventh District National Democratic Party
  Hon. Melvin TURNBULL Jr. Member for the Second District National Democratic Party
  Hon. Mark VANTERPOOL Member for the Fourth District National Democratic Party
  Hon. Delores CHRISTOPHER
Deputy Speaker
Member for the Fifth District National Democratic Party
  Hon. Alvera MADURO-CAINES Member for the Sixth District National Democratic Party
  Hon. Marlon PENN Member for the Eighth District National Democratic Party
  Hon. Hubert O'NEAL Member for the Ninth District National Democratic Party
  Hon. Myron V. WALWYN Territorial (At-Large) Member National Democratic Party
  Hon. Ronnie SKELTON Territorial (At-Large) Member National Democratic Party
  Hon. Archibald C. CHRISTIAN Territorial (At-Large) Member National Democratic Party
  Hon. Ingrid MOSES-SCATLIFFE Speaker -
  Hon. Baba AZIZ Attorney General -
  Hon. Julian FRASER Member for the Third District Virgin Islands Party
  Hon. Andrew FAHIE
Leader of The Opposition
Member for the First District Virgin Islands Party
source: http://www.legco.gov.vg
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