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The House of Assembly of Saint Lucia 2006 - 2011
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The House of Assembly has 17 directly elected Members and one Speaker.
Election Date
Monday 11 December 2006
First Meeting of Parliament
Tuesday, 9 January 2007
Dissolution of Parliament
Monday, 7 November 2011
Photo Hon. Sarah L. FLOOD-BEAUBRUN
Speaker (2007-2008)
Photo Hon. Rosemary HUSBANDS-MATHURIN Speaker (2008 - 2011)
Photo Hon. Marcus NICHOLAS Deputy Speaker (to Aug 2011)
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Ninth Parliament of Saint Lucia
    Member's Name Constituency Party
  Photo MONTOUTE, Lenard 'Spider' Gros Islet UWP
  Photo JOSEPH, Ezekiel Babonneau UWP
  Photo KING, Stephenson
Prime Minister (2007-2011)
Castries North UWP
  Photo PIERRE, Phillip Joseph Castries East SLP
  Photo FREDERICK, Richard Castries Central UWP
  Photo LEWIS, Robert Castries South SLP
  Photo MONDESIR, Keith Anse La Raye/Canaries UWP
  Photo DALSAN, Harold Nobertson Soufriere SLP
  Photo BOUSQUET, Rufus George Choiseul UWP
  Photo BAPTISTE, Alva Romanus Laborie SLP
  Photo ANTHONY, Kenny Davis
Leader of the Opposition
Vieux Fort South SLP
  Photo Jn BAPTISTE, Moses Vieux Fort North SLP
  Photo JAMES, Arsene Vigil Micoud South UWP
  Photo COMPTON, John George Melvin
Prime Minister (2006-2007)
Micoud North UWP
  Photo COMPTON-RAMBALLY, Jeannine
(from 26 Nov 2007)
  Photo ESTEPHANE, Edmund Dennery South UWP
  Photo NICHOLAS, Marcus Neil Dennery North UWP
  Photo JOSEPH, Guy Eardley Castries South East UWP
†died in office
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