House of Representatives (Antigua and Barbuda)

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House of Representatives
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Political groups

His Majesty's Government
  •   Labour (9)


Length of term
5 years
Last election
18 January 2023
Meeting place
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Antigua and Barbuda Parliament Building, Saint John's

The House of Representatives of Antigua and Barbuda is the lower chamber of the country's bicameral parliament.

The current House of Representatives has a total of 19 members. 17 members are directly elected to five-year terms from single member constituencies using the first-past-the-post system. There is one ex officio member (the Attorney-general) and the remaining seat is held by the Speaker.[1]

Members of the House of Representatives[edit]

2023 to present[2][edit]

Political Party Member Constituency
ABLP Honourable Gaston Browne – Leader of Government St. John's City West
ABLP Honourable Steadroy Cutie Benjamin St. John's City South
ABLP Honourable Maria Bird-Browne St. John's Rural East
ABLP Honourable Robin Kenworth Montgomery Yearwood – Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives St. Phillip North
ABLP Honourable Molwyn Joseph St. Mary's North
ABLP Honourable Daryll Mathew St. John's Rural South
ABLP Honourable Everly Paul Chet Greene St. Paul
ABLP Honourable Charles Fernandez St. John's Rural North
ABLP Honourable Melford Walter Nicholas St. John's City East
Independent Honourable Asot Anthony Michael St. Peter
BPM Honourable Trevor Walker Barbuda
UPP Honourable Richard Lewis St. John's Rural West
UPP Honourable Sherfield Bowen St. Phillip South
UPP Honourable Kevin Simon St. Mary's South
UPP Honourable Algernon Watts St. George
UPP Honourable Anthony Smith All Saints West
UPP Honourable Jamale Pringle – Leader of the Opposition All Saints East & St. Luke
None Honourable Sir. Gerald Watt QC None (Speaker of the House of Representatives)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Official Website for the Government of Antigua and Barbuda". Archived from the original on 9 December 2018. Retrieved 9 December 2018.
  2. ^ "ABLP narrowly escapes defeat in Antigua and Barbuda Election | Loop Caribbean News". Loop News. Retrieved 24 January 2023.

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