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The Parliament of Saint Lucia
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The Parliament of St. Lucia is bicameral having two chambers. The Senate has 11 members; six are nominated by the government, three by the opposition and two by the Governor General. The House of Assembly consists of the number of members that correspond to the number of constituencies at the time being established. The House of Assembly has 17 directly elected Members and one Speaker.

PARLIAMENT TIMELINE 1997 - PRESENT
Parliament First Meeting Dissolution Members
Seventh Parliament 17 Jun 1997 12 Nov 2001 Senate House
Eighth Parliament 03 Jan 2002 17 Nov 2006 Senate House
Ninth Parliament 09 Jan 2007 07 Nov 2011 Senate House
Tenth Parliament 05 Jan 2012 19 May 2016 Senate House
Eleventh Parliament 12 Jul 2016 - Senate House
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