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.
The House of Assembly has 13 directly elected Members.
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