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ASSEMBLY COMPOSITION

The Legislative Assembly has 9 members, elected for a five-year term in one constituency.

Distribution of Seats by Party
  People's Democratic Movement 7
  Movement for Change and Prosperity 2
Distribution of Seats by Gender
  Men 8
  Women 1
ASSEMBLY TIMELINE
Election Date
Thu, 14 Sep 2014
First Meeting of Parliament
Wed, 8 Oct 2014
SPEAKER learn more
Learn more Hon. Shirley OSBORNE
Speaker
NATIONAL BUDGETS learn more
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RELATED RESOURCES
Cabinet 2014 - 2019
source: http://www.gov.ms/
  Photo Members Name Party
  Hon. Donaldson ROMEO
Premier
People's Democratic Movement
  Hon. Delmaude RYAN
Deputy Premier
People's Democratic Movement
  Hon. Paul LEWIS
Minister
People's Democratic Movement
  Hon. Claude HOGAN
Minister
People's Democratic Movement
 

Hon Gregory WILLOCK
Parliamentary Secretary

Independent from Oct 2018

People's Democratic Movement
  Hon. Dr. Ingrid BUFFONGE
Independent from Dep 2015
People's Democratic Movement
  Hon. David OSBORNE People's Democratic Movement
  Hon. Easton TAYLOR-FARRELL Movement for Change and Prosperity
  Dr. the Hon. Samuel JOSEPH (from Feb 2017)* Movement for Change and Prosperity
FORMER MEMBERS OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
  Photo Members Name Party
  Hon. Reuben T. MEADE (to Oct 2016)* Movement for Change and Prosperity
* Dr. Samuel Joseph won the 30 January 2017 by-election for the vacant seat following the resignation of former Premier and Opposition Leader Reuben T. Meade in October 2016.
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