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The Senate of Bermuda 2017 - present
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The Senate is one of two parts of the Parliament of Bermuda, the other being the House of Assembly. Both are overseen by the Governor. The Senate is the Upper House of the Parliament, and serves as a House of Review. The Senate consists of 11 members appointed by the Governor. Five Senators are appointed on the advice of the Premier. Three Senators are appointed on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition in the House of Assembly. The final three Senators are appointed at the discretion of the Governor.

Members of the Senate (2012 - 2017)
Members Name Role Party
Joan E. Dillas-Wright President of the Senate Independent
James S. Jardine Vice President of the Senate Independent
Michelle Simmons Independent Member of the Senate
The Hon. Kathy Simmons Attorney General & Minister of Legal Affairs Progressive Labour Party
Vance Campbell Junior of Public Works & Government Reform Progressive Labour Party
Crystal Caesar Junior Minister of Home Affairs & Economic Development Progressive Labour Party
Jason Hayward Junior Minister of Education and Workforce Development Progressive Labour Party
Anthony Richardson Government Senator Progressive Labour Party
Nandi Outerbridge Opposition Senate Leader One Bermuda Alliance
Nicholas Kempe Opposition Senator One Bermuda Alliance
Andrew Simons Opposition Senator One Bermuda Alliance
As at August 2017
source: http://www.parliament.bm
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