|Speaker of the National Assembly of Seychelles|
27 September 2016 – 29 January 2018
|Preceded by||Patrick Herminie|
|Succeeded by||Nicholas Prea|
|Political party||Lalyans Seselwa (Seychellois Alliance)|
Patrick Georges Pillay is a Seychellois politician who was the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Seychelles from 2016 to 2018. Previously he served as Minister of External Affairs and Minister of Health. In 2010, he was appointed resident High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
Standing in the September 2016 parliamentary election as a candidate of the opposition Linyon Demokratik Seselwa (LDS) coalition in Anse Boileau, located on Mahé, Pillay won a seat in the National Assembly. The LDS won a majority of parliamentary seats, and Pillay was elected as Speaker of the National Assembly on 27 September 2016. Pillary resigned on 29 January 2018 from both the position as Speaker and member of the national assembly  and Philip Arrisol won the seat in the resulting byelection.
- List of members of the government of the Seychelles (2007 archive page), presse-francophone.org (in French).
- List of members of the government of the Seychelles (2004 archive page), presse-francophone.org (in French).
- [permanent dead link] (in French).
- "President Notified of the Resignation of the Speaker of the National Assembly". State House, Office of the President of the Seychelles, Government of Seychelles. 29 January 2018. Retrieved 9 March 2018.
- Patsy Athanase and Betymie Bonnelame, "A new legislative look: Seychelles’ sixth National Assembly sworn in", Seychelles News Agency, 27 September 2016.
- Bonnelame, Betymie (25 February 2018). "Arrisol in landslide win for vacated National Assembly seat in Seychelles". Seychelles News Agency. Retrieved 9 March 2018.
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