House of Representatives (Antigua and Barbuda)

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

House of Representatives
Sir Gerald Watt QC
Political groups


Length of term
5 years
Last election
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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

The following are the current members of the Antigua and Barbuda House of Representatives as elected in the 2018 Antiguan general election.[2][3][4]

Political PartyMemberConstituency
ABLPHonourable Gaston Browne - Prime MinisterSt. John's City West
ABLPHonourable Steadroy Cutie BenjaminSt. John's City South
ABLPHonourable Maria Bird-BrowneSt. John's Rural East
ABLPHonourable Robin Kenworth Montgomery YearwoodSt. Phillip North
ABLPHonourable Asot Anthony MichaelSt. Peter
ABLPHonourable Molwyn JosephSt. Mary's North
ABLPHonourable Daryll MathewSt. John's Rural South
ABLPHonourable Everly Paul Chet GreeneSt. Paul
ABLPHonourable Samantha MarshallSt. Mary's South
ABLPHonourable Charles FernandezSt. John's Rural North
ABLPHonourable Melford Walter NicholasSt. John's City East
BPMHonourable Trevor WalkerBarbuda
ABLPHonourable Michael BrowneAll Saints West
ABLPHonourable Dean JonasSt. George
ABLPHonourable Londell Benjamin - Deputy Speaker of the House of RepresentativesSt. John's Rural West
ABLPHonourable Lennox WestonSt. Phillip South
UPPHonourable Jamale Pringle - Leader of the OppositionAll Saints East & St. Luke
NoneHonourable Sir. Gerald Watts QC - Speaker of the House of RepresentativesNone

See also


  2. "Antigua and Barbuda General Election Results - 21 March 2018". Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  3. "Members Of The House Of Representatives". Government of Antigua and Barbuda. Archived from the original on 10 June 2014. Retrieved 10 August 2014.
  4. "Antigua and Barbuda Election 2014 Candidates". Caribbean Elections. Archived from the original on 23 September 2015. Retrieved 10 August 2014.