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Nineteenth Dáil

 

Nineteenth Dáil (18.6.1969 - 5.2.1973)

Thirteenth Government (2.7.1969 - 14.3.1973)


 

Name:

 

Post held:

 

Jack Lynch

 

Taoiseach

 

Erskine Childers

 

Tánaiste and Minister for Health

 

Neil Blaney

 

Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries (to: 7.5.1970 - dismissed)

 

James Gibbons

 

Minister for Defence (to: 9.5.1970) Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries (from: 9.5.1970)

 

Kevin Boland

 

Minister for Local Government and Minister for Social Welfare(to: 7.5.1970 - resigned)

 

Michael Moran

 

Minister for Justice (to: 5.5.1970 - resigned)

 

Patrick J. Hillery

 

Minister for External Affairs (to: 3.1.1973 - resigned) Appointed European Commissioner * External Affairs changed to Foreign Affairs w.e.f. 3.3.71

 

Brian J. Lenihan

 

Minister for Transport & Power (to: 3.1.1973) Minister for External Affairs (from: 3.1.1973) * External Affairs changed to Foreign Affairs w.e.f. 3.3.71

 

Charles J. Haughey

 

Minister for Finance (to: 7.5.1970 - dismissed)

 

George Colley

 

Minister for Gaeltacht Minister for Industry and Commerce(to: 9.5.1970) Minister for Finance (from: 9.5.1970)

 

Joseph Brennan

 

Minister for Labour Minister for Social Welfare (from: 9.5.1970)

 

Patrick J. Lalor

 

Minister for Posts & Telegraphs (to: 9.5.1970) Minister for Industry and Commerce(from: 9.5.1970)

 

Sean Flanagan

 

Minister for Lands

 

Pádraig Faulkner

 

Minister for Education

 

Robert Molloy

 

Minister for Local Government (from: 9.5.1970)

 

Desmond J. O'Malley

 

Minister for Justice (from: 7.5.1970)

 

Jerry Cronin

 

Minister for Defence (from: 9.5.1970)

 

Gerard Collins

 

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (from: 9.5.1970)

 

Michael O'Kennedy

 

Minister for Transport and Power (from: 3.1.1973) Minister without portfolio 18.12.1972 - 3.1.73


Notes:


  1. Single-party Fianna Fáil Government.
  2. Patrick J. Hillery was appointed as Ireland's EC Commissioner on 3.1.1973.
  3. The Government can change the name of a Department (i.e. in 1969, the Department of Agriculture became the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and External Affairs changed to Foreign Affairs w.e.f. 3.3.71).

 


Nineteenth Dáil (18.6.1969 - 5.2.1973)

Thirteenth Government

(Parliamentary Secretaries)


 

Name:

 

Post held:

 

Paudge Brennan

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Local Government (to: 8.5.1970 - resigned)

 

Liam Cunningham

 

*Parl. Sec. to Minister for Local Government (from: 9.5.1970 - 5.2.73 and following a general election 2.3.73 - 14.3.73)

 

Des O'Malley

 

Parl. Sec. to the Taoiseach and Parl. Sec. to Minister for Defence * (both positions until 7.5.1970 - appointed as Minister for Justice)

 

David Andrews

 

Parl. Sec. to the Taoiseach and Parl. Sec. to Minister for Defence (from: 8.5.1970 - 5.2.73 and following a general election 2.3.73 - 14.3.73)

 

John Geoghegan

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Social Welfare (from: 9.5.1970 - 5.2.73 and following a general election 2.3.73 - 14.3.73)

 

Noel T. Lemass

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Finance

 

Jerry Cronin

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries(to: 9.5.1970 - appointed as Minister for Defence)

 

John Fahey

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries(from : 9.5.1970 - 5.2.73 and following a general election 2.3.73 - 14.3.73)

 

Robert Molloy

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Education (to: 9.5.1970 - appointed as Minister for Local Government)

 

Gerard Collins

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Industry & Commerce and the Gaeltacht (to: 9.5.1970 - appointed as Minister for Posts and Telegraphs)

 

Michael Kitt

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for the Gaeltacht (from: 9.5.1970 - 5.2.73 and following a general election 2.3.73 - 14.3.73)

 

Michael O'Kennedy

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Education (from: 9.5.1970 to 3.1.1973 - appointed as Minister)

 

James Tunney

 

Parl. Sec. to Minister for Education (from: 3.1.1973 - 5.2.73 and following a general election 2.3.73 - 14.3.73)


Note:


Single-party Fianna Fáil Government.

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