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The Senate consists of 13 non-elected Members. The members come from different sources::

  • Seven are appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister;
  • Three are appointed on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition; and
  • Three are appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister after he has consulted the organizations or interests which he considers the Senators should be selected to represent.
Members of the Senate of Ninth Parliament of Grenada
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Senator the Hon. Chester HUMPHREY Learn more President of the Senate
Senator the Hon. Simom STEILL Learn more Leader of Government Business in the Senate; Minister of State with responsibility for the Environment in the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries, and the Environment ; and  Minister of State in the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development, with specific responsibility for Human Resource Development
Senator the Hon. Brenda HOOD Learn more

Minister in the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Culture and Cooperatives, with responsibility for Culture and Cooperatives

Senator the Hon. Winston GARRAWAY Learn more

Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office with responsibility for Disaster Management and Information

Senator the Hon. Pamela MOSES
(as of 1 July 2016)
Learn more Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Youth and Religious Affairs in the Ministry of Sports, Youth, and Religious Affairs

Senator the Hon. Norland COX

Learn more Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs
Senator the Hon. Peter DAVID Learn more Member
Senator the Hon. Keith CLOUDEN   Member

Senator the Hon. V. Nazim BURKE

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Senator the Hon. Franka ALEXIS-BERNADINE Learn more Member

Senator the Hon. Dr. George VINCENT

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Senator the Hon. Raymond ROBERTS

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Senator the Hon. Christopher DE ALLIE Learn more Member
PREVIOUS MEMBERS OF THE SENATE OF NINTH PARLIAMENT OF GRENADA
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Senator the Hon. Kenny LALSINGH

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Minister for Implementation

Senator the Hon. Jester EMMMONS

Learn more Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs
Senator the Hon. Sheldon SCOTT
(until 1 July 2016)
Learn more Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Youth, Sports & Ecclesiastic Affairs
source: http://www.gov.gd/departments/parliament.html
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