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Twenty-Seventh Dáil

 

Twenty-Seventh Dáil (14.12.1992 - 15.2.97)
Twenty-Third Government (12.1.1993 -15.12.1994)


Name:Post held:
Albert ReynoldsTaoiseach
(12.1.93 - 15.12.94)
Minister for Foreign Affairs
(18.11.94 - 15.12.94)
*  Dick SpringTánaiste & Minister for Foreign Affairs
(12.1.93 resigned on 17.11.94)
Bertie AhernMinister for Finance
(12.1.93 - 15.12.94)
Minister for Arts, Culture & Gaeltacht
(18.11.94  - 15.12.94)
Appointed Tánaiste
(19.11.94  - 15.12.94)
Michael J. WoodsMinister for Social Welfare
(12.1.93 - 15.12.94)
Minister for Health
(18.11.94  - 15.12.94)
Máire Geoghegan-QuinnMinister for Justice
(12.1.93 - 15.12.94)
Minister for Equality & Law Reform
(18.11.94  -15.12.94)
*  Ruairí QuinnMinister for Industry and Commerce*
(12.1.93   resigned on 17/11/94)
*Change of Department name to Enterprise and Employment w.e.f. 21.1.93)
Michael SmithMinister for the Environment
(12.1.93 - 15.12.94)
Minister for Education
(18.11.94  - 15.12.94)
David AndrewsMinister for Defence and Minister for the Marine  (12.1.93 - 15.12.94)
Joe WalshMinister for Agriculture & Food*
(12.1.93 - 15.12.94)

*Change of Department name to Agriculture, Food & Forestry w.e.f. 21.1.93)
Charlie McCreeveyMinister for Tourism, Transport and Communications
(12.1.93 - 22.1.93)
Minister for Tourism & Trade
(22.1.93 - 15.12.94)
Minister for Enterprise & Employment
(18.11.94 - 15.12.94)
Brian CowenMinister for Energy
(12.1.93 - 22.1.93)
Minister for Transport, Energy & Communications (22.1.93 - 15.12.94)
*   Mervyn TaylorMinister for Labour*
(12.1.93 resigned on 17.11.94)

*Change of Department name to Equality and Law Reform w.e.f. 21.1.93)
  
*   Michael D. HigginsMinister for the Gaeltacht
(12.1.93 resigned on 17.11.94)
*Change of Department name to Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht w.e.f. 21.1.93)
*   Brendan HowlinMinister for Health
(12.1.93 resigned on 17.11.94)
*   Niamh BhreathnachMinister for Education
(12.1.93 resigned on 17.11.94)

     Note:


  1. Fianna Fáil/Labour Government
  2. Change of Government - 15/12/94 - without dissolution of Dáil.
  3. * Labour Ministers resigned on 17/11/94/ portfolios reassigned on 18/11/94, to serving  Ministers i.e. no new appointees to Cabinet.        
  4. Department Title changes:
    Department of Agriculture & Food changed to Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry (with effect from 21.1.93)
    Department  of Energy changed to Department of Tourism & Trade   (with effect from 22.1.93)
    Department  of Industry & Commerce  changed to Department of Enterprise & Employment (with effect from 21.1.93)Department  of Labour changed to Department of Equality & Law Reform (with effect from 21.1.93)
    Department of the Gaeltacht changed to Department of Arts, Culture & the Gaeltacht  (with effect from 21.1.93)

Note 

On the 22.1.93, the Government, following the Dept Title change from Energy  to Tourism and Trade, terminated the assignment of the Dept of Tourism and Trade to Brian Cowen and assigned  that Dept to Charlie McCreevey; terminated the assignment of the Department of  Transport, Energy and Communications to Charlie McCreevy and assigned that Dept to Brian Cowen.

 


Twenty-Seventh Dáil (14.12.1992- 15.5.97)
Twenty-Third Government (12.1.1993 - 15.12.1994)
(Ministers of State) 


Name:Post held:
Noel DempseyMOS at Dept. of the Taoiseach
(Govt. Whip)(12.1.93 -15.12.94)
MOS at Dept. of Defence
(12.1.93 -15.12.94)
MOS at Dept. of Finance
(OPW) (14.1.93 -15.12.94)
Tom KittMOS at Dept. of the Taoiseach
MOS at Dept. Foreign Affairs
(14.1.93 -15.12.94)
Noel TreacyMOS at Dept. of the Taoiseach
MOS at Dept. of Finance
MOS at Dept. of Transport, Energy and Communications
(14.1.93 -15.12.94)
Mary O'RourkeMOS at Dept. of Enterprise & Employment
(14.1.93 -15.12.94)
Seamus BrennanMOS at Dept. of Enterprise & Employment
(14.1.93 -15.12.94)
Pat the Cope GallagherMOS at Dept. of Arts, Culture and Gaeltacht (14.1.93 - 15.6.94)
Elected to European Parliament
Eithne FitzgeraldMOS at Department of Finance
(14.1.93 - 17.11.94) Resigned
Liam AylwardMOS at Dept. of Education
(14.1.93 -15.12.94)
Liam HylandMOS at Dept. of Agriculture, Food & Forestry (14.1.93 - 15.6.94)
Elected to European Parliament
Brian O'SheaMOS at Dept. of Agriculture, Food & Forestry (14.1.93 - 17.11.94) Resigned
Willie O'DeaMOS at Dept. of Justice
MOS at Dept. of Health
(14.1.93 - 15.12.94)
John BrowneMOS at Dept. of the Environment
(14.1.93 -15.12.94)
Emmet StaggMOS at Dept. of the Environment
(14.1.93 - 17.11.94) Resigned
Gerry O'SullivanMOS at Dept. of the Marine
(14.1.93  - died 5/8/94)
Joan BurtonMOS at Dept. of Social Welfare
(14.1.93 -17.11.94) Resigned

Note:


Fianna Fáil/Labour Government.                    

 


Twenty-Seventh Dáil (14.12.1992 - 15.2.97)
Twenty-Fourth Government  (15.12.94 - 26.6.97)


NamePost held:
John BrutonTaoiseach
(also Minister for Transport, Energy and Communications from 30/11/96 to 3/12/96)
Dick SpringTánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs
Ruairi QuinnMinister for Finance
Michael NoonanMinister for Health
Alan DukesMinister for Transport, Energy and Communications(Minister Dukes took up this post on 3/12/96 after resignation of Deputy Michael Lowry)
Mervyn TaylorMinister for Equality and Law Reform
Michael D. HigginsMinister for Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht
Brendan HowlinMinister for the Environment
Niamh BhreathnachMinister for Education
Nora OwenMinister for Justice
Proinsias De RossaMinister for Social Welfare
Enda KennyMinister for Tourism and Trade
Richard BrutonMinister for Enterprise and Employment
Ivan YatesMinister for Agriculture, Food and Forestry
Michael LowryMinister for Transport, Energy and Communications(to 30.11.96 - resigned)
Hugh CoveneyMinister for Defence and Minister for the Marine(to 23.5.1995 - resigned - appointed MOS at Finance [O.P.W.])
Sean BarrettMinister for Defence and Minister for the Marine(from 23.5.1995)

Note:


Fine Gael/Labour/Democratic Left Government 

Following the dissolution of a Dáil on 15/5/97, the Government will remain in office, even if it loses the General Election, until the new Dáil meets and nominates a new Government.

 


Twenty-Seventh Dáil (14.12.1992 - 15.5.97)
Twenty-Fourth Government (15.12.1994 - 26.6.97)
(Ministers of State)


Name:Post held:
Sean BarrettMOS at Dept. of the Taoiseach (Govt. Whip)
MOS at Dept. of Defence
(from 15.12.1994 to 23.5.1995)
Jim HigginsMOS at Dept. of Finance
(from 10.2.1995 to 23.5.1995 - appointed as MOS at Dept. of Taoiseach and Defence)
MOS at Dept. of the Taoiseach (Govt. Whip)
MOS at Dept. of Defence
( from 24.5.1995)
Pat RabbitteMOS to the Government
MOS at Dept. of Enterprise and Employment
(from 15.12.1994)
Emmet StaggMOS at Dept. of Transport, Energy and Communications
(from 20.12.1994)
Brian O'SheaMOS at Dept. of Health
(from 20.12.1994)
Eithne FitzgeraldMOS at Office of the Tanaiste
MOS at Dept. of Enterprise and Employment
(from 20.12.1994)
Joan BurtonMOS at Dept. of Foreign Affairs
(from 20.12.1994)
Toddy O'SullivanMOS at Dept. of Tourism and Trade
(from 20.12.1994)
Gay MitchellMOS at Dept. of Taoiseach
MOS at Dept. of Foreign Affairs
(from 20.12.1994)
Bernard AllenMOS at Dept. of Education
MOS at Dept. of the Environment
(from 20.12.1994)
Bernard DurkanMOS at Dept. of Social Welfare
(from 20.12.1994)
Jimmy DeenihanMOS at Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Forestry
(from 20.12.1994)
Phil HoganMOS at Dept. of Finance
(from 20.12.1994 to 9.2.1995 - resigned)
Hugh CoveneyMOS at Dept. of Finance
(from 24.5.1995 - resigned as Minister for Defence & Marine)
Austin CurrieMOS at Dept. of Health
MOS at Dept. of Education
MOS at Dept. of Justice
(from 20.12.1994)
Eamon GilmoreMOS at Dept. of the Marine
(from 20.12.1994)
Liz McManusMOS at Dept. of the Environment
(from 20.12.1994)
Avril DoyleMOS at Dept. of Taoiseach
MOS at Dept. of Finance
MOS at Dept. of Transport, Energy and Communications
(from 27.1.1995 - following enactment of Ministers and Secretaries (Amendment) Act, 1995.
Donal CareyMOS at Dept. of Taoiseach
MOS at Dept. of Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht
(from 27.1.1995 - following enactment of Ministers and Secretaries (Amendment) Act, 1995.

Note:


Fine Gael/Labour/Democratic Left Government

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