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The Senate of Trinidad and Tobago is the appointed Upper House of the bicameral Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago. The Senate sits in the Red House in Port of Spain. The Senate has 31 members: 16 Government Senators appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister, 6 Opposition Senators appointed on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition and 9 Independent Senators appointed by the President to represent other sectors of civil society. The presiding officer, the President of the Senate, is usually elected from the Government benches. A senator must be at least 25 years old.




President of the Senate

The Honorable Danny Montano

Independent Senators

  • Sen. Annette Nicholson-Alfred
  • Sen. Gail Mehair
  • Sen. Ramesh Deosaran
  • Sen. Helen Drayton
  • Sen. Dana Seetahal, SC
  • Sen. Michael Annisette
  • Sen. Corinne Baptiste-McKnight
  • Sen. Basharat Ali
  • Sen. Subhas Ramkhelawan

Government Senators

  • Sen. Conrad Enill (Leader of Government Business)
  • Sen. Mariano Browne
  • Sen. Emily Gaynor Dick-Forde
  • Sen. Wesley George
  • Sen. Tina Grunlund-Nunez
  • Sen. George Hadeed
  • Sen. Martin Joseph
  • Sen. John Jeremie
  • Sen. Laurel Lezama
  • Sen. Hazel Manning
  • Sen. June Melville
  • Sen. Jerry Narace
  • Sen. Arnold Pigott
  • Sen. Linus Rogers
  • Sen. Lenny Saith

Opposition Senators

  • Sen. Wade Mark
  • Sen. Dr. Adesh Nanan
  • Sen. Dr. Jeniffer Jones-Kernahan
  • Sen. Mohammed Faisal Hosein
  • Sen. Lyndira Oudit
  • Sen. Dr. Sharon Gopaul-McNicol

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