The President of Trinidad and Tobago is the head of state and is elected by an electoral college of both houses of parliament for a five-year term, renewable once. The president holds non-executive power and must appoint as prime minister the leader of the party with the most support of the members in the House of Representatives, usually the leader of the party with the most seats. The president appoints members of the Senate. Parliament consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives. Members of the Police Service Commission are appointed by the president, after consultation with the prime minister and the leader of the opposition.
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