There shall be for Saint Christopher and Nevis a Parliament which shall consist of Her Majesty and a National Assembly.
The National Assembly shall consist of-
a) such number of Representatives as corresponds with the number or constituencies for the time being established in accordance with section 50; and
b) such number of Senators as is specified in subsection (2), who shall be appointed in accordance with section 30.
The number of Senators shall be three or such greater number (not exceeding two-thirds of the number of Representatives) as may be prescribed by Parliament: provided that at any time when a person who is a Senator holds the office of Attorney-General the number of Senators shall be increased by one.
If a person who is not a member of the National Assembly is elected to be Speaker they shall be a member of the Assembly.
At any time when the office of Attorney-General is a public office the Attorney-General shall, by virtue of holding or acting in that office, be a member of the National Assembly.
Any person who sits or votes in the National Assembly knowing or having reasonable grounds for knowing that he is not entitled to do so shall be guilty of a criminal offence and liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars, or such other sum as may be prescribed by Parliament, for each day on which he so sits or votes in the Assembly.
Any prosecution for an offence under subsection (5) shall be instituted in the High Court and shall not be so instituted except by the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Clerk of National Assembly and his staff
There shall be a Clerk of the National Assembly. The office of the Clerk of the National Assembly and the offices of the members of this staff shall be public offices.
The National Assembly is a part of the following topics:
Composition of Parliament
27. Qualifications for Representatives and Senators.
28. Disqualifications for Representatives and Senators.
29. Election of Representatives.
30. Appointment of Senators.
31. Tenure of office of Representatives and Senators.
32. Speaker and Deputy Speaker.
33. Electoral Commission.
34. Supervisor of Elections.
35. Clerk of National Assembly and his staff.
36. Determination of questions of membership.
Legislation and procedure of Parliament
37. Power to make laws.
38. Alteration of Constitution and Supreme Court Order.
42. Mode of exercise of legislative power.
43. Restrictions with regard to certain financial measures.
44. Regulation of procedure in National Assembly.
45. Freedom of speech.
Summoning, prorogation and dissolution
47. Prorogation and dissolution.
48. Holding of elections.
Delimitation of Constiuencies
49. Constituency Boundaries Commission.
50. Review of constituency boundaries.
More information is available by referring to the Constitution.