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Independent senators sworn in


CAROL MARTINDALE, [email protected]

Independent senators sworn in

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Four new faces?will adorn the independent seats when the Senate convenes its new session following the just held General Elections in Barbados.
The entire team of Independent senators, seven in total, were chosen and sworn in by Governor-General Sir Elliott Belgrave at his residence Government House under the gaze of family members around 3 o’clock today.
The new senators are Trevor Carmichael president of the Museum and Historical Society for the last 25 years and past president of the National Trust, Tony Marshall retired banker and former Talk Radio  host,  Alwyn Adams, educator and former prinicipal of Coleridge and Parry and John Watson manufacturer and businessman.
They were sworn in along with Sir Roy Trotman, Dean Emeritus Harold Crichlow and Professor Henry Fraser who took the oath again for another session in the Upper Chamber in the 20 minute ceremony. (JS)
Full story in tomorrow’s DAILY NATION

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