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Spotty Parliament attendance record

Published:Monday | April 16, 2012 | 12:00 AM
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THREE MEMBERS of Parliament have scored perfect attendance records for sittings of the House of Representatives in the first 100 days of the rein of the People's National Party's (PNP).

The three include Speaker of the House Michael Peart.

Attendance records show that House Speaker Michael Peart, Gregory Mair, the opposition MP for North East St Catherine, and Robert Pickersgill, government MP for North West St Catherine, showed up at every sitting.

However, those with a poor attendance record to date in the Lower House number eight.

A former Speaker of the House is listed as having missed half of the 12 sittings between January and early April.

In the Upper House, nine of the 21 senators, including the president, Stanley Redwood, were present at every sitting of the Senate from January to early April.

NOT BAD

MPs who missed only one sitting of the House from January to early April:

Noel Arscott

Patrick Atkinson

Ken Baugh

Arnaldo Brown

Hugh Buchanan

Luther Buchanan

Dayton Campbell

Horace Chang

Pearnel Charles

Dr Morais Guy

Derrick Kellier

MISSING IN ACTION

MPs absent from four or more sittings:

Richard Azan (4)

Edmund Bartlett (4)

Marisa Dalrymple-Philibert (6)

Ian Hayles (4)

Anthony Hylton (5)

Dr Wykeham McNeill (4)

Audley Shaw (4)

Daryl Vaz (6)

perfect score

Members of the Upper House with a perfect attendance score:

Angela Brown Burke

Lambert Brown

Navel Clarke

Kavan Gayle

Mark Golding

Norman Grant

Robert Montague

Arthur Williams

Stanley Redwood (President).