List of members of the House of Assembly of Dominica

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The members of the House of Assembly of Dominica comprise 21 Representatives, 9 Senators, and the Speaker of the House.


Political parties[edit]

2010 - present[edit]

See also Dominica general election, 2009.

Representatives[edit]

Constituency Representative Party Notes
Castle Bruce DrigoJohnson Drigo DLP
Colihaut ToulonRonald Toulon DLP
Cottage AustrieReginald Victor Austrie DLP
Grand Bay CharlesJustina Charles DLP
La Plaine Saint-JeanPetter Saint-Jean DLP
Mahaut BlackmooreRayburn John Blackmoore DLP
Marigot JamesEdison James UWP Seat declared vacant in April 2010.[1] Won seat back in 9 July 2010 by-election.[2]
Morne Jaune/Riviere Cyrique StephensonIvor Stephenson DLP
Paix Bouche WalterMatthew Joseph Walter DLP
Petite Savanne Darroux, KennethKenneth Melchoir Darroux DLP
Portsmouth DouglasIan Douglas DLP
Roseau Central PrevostNorris Prevost UWP
Roseau North TimothyJulius C. Timothy DLP
Roseau South GeorgeAmbrose George DLP
Roseau Valley McIntyreJohn Collin McIntyre DLP
Salisbury JohnHector John UWP Seat declared vacant in April 2010.[1] Won seat back in 9 July 2010 by-election.[2] Sworn in as Leader of the Opposition on 19 July 2010.[3]
Salybia GranaeuAshton Graneau DLP
St. Joseph Darroux, KelverKelver Dwight Darroux DLP
Soufrière MartinSam Edward Martin DLP
Vieille Case SkerritRoosevelt Skerrit DLP Assumed position of Prime Minister 8 January 2004.
Wesley ShillingfordGloria Marilyn Shillingford DLP

Senators[edit]

Due to the opposition boycott of the House of Assembly, only five senators were initially appointed.[4]

Senator Party Notes
Baptiste Dayton Baptiste DLP Appointed by the Prime Minister, sworn in on 4 January 2010.[4] Resigned to run as a candidate in the 2010 by-election.[5]
BazilEzekiel Bazil UWP Appointed by the Opposition Leader on 5 August 2010.[6]
BernardAlvin Bernard DLP Appointed by the Prime Minister, sworn in on 4 January 2010.[4]
GreenRon Green UWP Appointed by the Opposition Leader on 5 August 2010.[6]
IsidoreRonnie Isidore UWP Appointed by the Opposition Leader on 5 August 2010.[6]
Jean-JacquesTammy Jean-Jacques DLP Appointed by the Prime Minister, sworn in on 4 January 2010.[4]
SanfordDaniel Lugay UWP Appointed by the Opposition Leader on 25 October 2011, to replace Claudius Sanford.[7]
RoyerBentley Royer DLP Appointed by the Prime Minister, sworn in on 4 January 2010.[4] Resigned to run as a candidate in the 2010 by-election.[8]
SanfordClaudius Sanford UWP Appointed by the Opposition Leader on 5 August 2010.[6] Resigned 25 October 2011 to continue his education abroad.[7]
SavarinCharles Savarin DLP Appointed by the Prime Minister, sworn in on 4 January 2010.[4]

Speaker of the House[edit]

2005 - 2009[edit]

See also Dominican general election, 2005.

Representatives[edit]

Constituency Representative Party
Castle Bruce Bannis-RobertsLoreen Bannis-Roberts DLP
Colihaut Ronald Toulon DLP
Cottage AustrieReginald Austrie DLP
Grand Bay FabienJohn Fabien DLP
La Plaine GreenRonald Green UWP
Mahaut BlackmoreRayburn Blackmore DLP
Marigot JamesEdison James UWP
Morne Jaune BrowneAbraham Browne UWP
Paix Bouche WalterMatthew Walter DLP
Petite Savanne BaronUrban Baron DLP
Portsmouth DouglasIan Douglas DLP
Roseau Central PrevostNorris Prevost UWP
Roseau North TimothyJulius Timothy DLP
Roseau South GeorgeAmbrose George DLP
Roseau Valley CharlesNorris Charles UWP
Salisbury WilliamsEarl Williams UWP
Salybia GraneauKelly Graneau DLP
Soufrière PinardIan Pinard DLP
St. Joseph HendersonVince Henderson DLP
Vieille Case SkerritRoosevelt Skerrit DLP
Wesley CarbonPeter Carbon UWP

Senators[edit]

Senator Party
EspiritNicholls Espirit UWP
McIntyreDr. Colin McIntyre DLP
NicholasMaynard Nicholas UWP
SanfordClaudius Sanford UWP
SavarinCharles Savarin DLP
ShillingfordGloria Shillingford DLP
St. JeanPeter St. Jean DLP
Williams, SabinaSabina Williams UWP
Williams, SoniaSonia Williams DLP

Speaker of the House[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b BBC Caribbean News in Brief: Opposition wins Dominica by-election, BBC Caribbean, 12 July 2010, retrieved 14 July 2010 
  2. ^ a b Electoral Office, 2010 By-Election Results (Final Count), Commonwealth of Dominica, retrieved 25 September 2010 .
  3. ^ Hector John Sworn in as Leader of the Opposition, Dominica Central, 20 July 2010, retrieved 2010-09-25 .
  4. ^ a b c d e f DLP announces new senators, Dominica News Online, 4 February 2010, retrieved 25 September 2010 .
  5. ^ DLP's Dayton Baptiste Concedes Defeat in Marigot By-election, Dominica Central, 10 July 2010, retrieved 25 September 2010 .
  6. ^ a b c d Ron Green named opposition senator, Caribbean Daily News, 5 August 2010, retrieved 25 September 2010 .
  7. ^ a b UWP appoints new senator, Dominica News Online, 25 October 2011, retrieved 26 October 2011 .
  8. ^ Bentley Royer Begrudgingly Concedes Defeat in Salisbury, Dominica Central, 10 July 2010, retrieved 14 July 2010 .