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The Senate's 31 members are appointed by the president: 16 on the advice of the prime minister, 6 on the advice of the leader of the opposition, and 9 independents selected by the president from among outstanding members of the community

Members of the Senate of the 11th Republican Parliament
Members Name Party
Kangaloo, Christine President of the Senate
Ali, Hafeez People's National Movement
Ameen, Khadijah United National Congress
Baksh, Allyson People's National Movement
Baptiste-Primus, Jennifer People's National Movement
Budhu, Sarah People's National Movement
Chote, Sophia Independent
Coppin, W. Michael People's National Movement
Creese, Stephen Independent
Cummings, Foster People's National Movement
De Freitas, Nigel People's National Movement
Dookie, Daniel People's National Movement
Gopee-Scoon, Paula People's National Movement
Hadeed, Gerald United National Congress
Henry, Lester People's National Movement
Khan, Franklin People's National Movement
Mahabir, Dhanayshar Independent
Mark, Wade United National Congress
Moses, Dennis People's National Movement
Raffoul, Jennifer Independent
Rambharat, Clarence People's National Movement
Ramkissoon, Melissa Independent
Richards, Paul Independent
Roach, H.R. Ian Independent
Samuel, Rodger Congress of the People
Shrikissoon, Taurel Independent
Singh, Avinash People's National Movement
Small, David Independent
Solomon, Daniel United National Congress
Stewart, Nadine People's National Movement
Sturge, Wayne United National Congress
source: http://www.ttparliament.org
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