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List of Parliaments of Trinidad and Tobago

This is a list of Parliaments in Trinidad and Tobago.

Diagram Assembly
sessions
Election From:
To:[1]
Governing party Prime Minister Official opposition party
Leader of the Opposition Party
Speakers of the House[2]
Date Elected

1st Independent Parliament 10th general 29 December 1961
-
25 August 1966
People's National Movement Eric Williams Democratic Labour Party Rudranath Capildeo
(1961-1963)
Clytus Arnold Thomasos
(29 December 1961)
2nd Independent Parliament 11th general 25 November 1966
-
22 April 1971
People's National Movement Eric Williams Democratic Labour Party Rudranath Capildeo
(1966-1967)
Vernon Jamadar
(1969)
Clytus Arnold Thomasos
3rd Independent Parliament 12th general 18 June 1971
-
19 June 1976
People's National Movement Eric Williams Democratic Labour Party Vernon Jamadar
(1971)
Alloy Lequay
(1972-1976)
Clytus Arnold Thomasos
1st Republican Parliament 13th general 24 September 1976
-
18 September 1981
People's National Movement Eric Williams United Labour Front Basdeo Panday
(1976)
Clytus Arnold Thomasos
2nd Republican Parliament 14th general 27 November 1981
-
29 November 1986
People's National Movement George Chambers Organisation for National Reconstruction Karl Hudson-Phillips Matthew Ramcharan
(27 November 1981)
3rd Republican Parliament 15th general 12 January 1987
-
19 November 1991
National Alliance for Reconstruction A. N. R. Robinson People's National Movement George Chambers Nizam Mohammed
(12 January 1987)
4th Republican Parliament 16th general 13 January 1992
-
6 October 1995
People's National Movement Patrick Manning United National Congress Basdeo Panday Occah Seepaul
(12 January 1987)
5th Republican Parliament 17th general 27 November 1995
-
3 November 2000
United National Congress and National Alliance for Reconstruction
(Government of National Unity comprising the following)
Basdeo Panday People's National Movement Patrick Manning Hector McClean
(27 November 1995)
6th Republican Parliament 18th general 12 January 2001
-
9 October 2001
United National Congress Basdeo Panday People's National Movement Patrick Manning Rupert Griffith
(12 January 2001)
7th Republican Parliament 19th general 5 April 2002
-
28 August 2002
People's National Movement Patrick Manning
(Appointed by The President in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Act - Chapter 1:01 Section 76 (1)[3])
United National Congress Basdeo Panday Rupert Griffith
8th Republican Parliament 20th general 17 October 2002
-
28 September 2007
People's National Movement Patrick Manning United National Congress Basdeo Panday Barendra Sinanan
(17 October 2002)
9th Republican Parliament 21st general 17 December 2007
-
8 April 2010
People's National Movement Patrick Manning United National Congress - Alliance Basdeo Panday
(10 September 2006 - 24 January 2010)

Kamla Persad-Bissessar
(24 January 2010)
Barendra Sinanan
(17 December 2007)
10th Republican Parliament 22nd general 18 June 2010
-
17 June 2015
People's Partnership[4] Kamla Persad-Bissessar People's National Movement Patrick Manning
(19 December 1986 - 26 May 2010)

Keith Rowley
(26 May 2010)
Wade Mark
(18 June 2010)
11th Republican Parliament 21st general 23 September 2015
-
3 July 2020
People's National Movement Keith Rowley People's Partnership Coalition Kamla Persad-Bissessar Bridgid Annisette-George
(23 September 2015)
12th Republican Parliament 22nd general 28 August 2020
-
present
People's National Movement Keith Rowley United National Congress Kamla Persad-Bissessar Bridgid Annisette-George
(28 August 2020)

See also

References

  1. ^ From the day that the writs were returned to the day that the legislature was dissolved.
  2. ^ http://www.ttparliament.org/officers.php?mid=73
  3. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 15 October 2012. Retrieved 2012.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://www.newsday.co.tt/news/0,121362.html



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