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Category:Micheál Martin

Micheál Martin 
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Irish Fianna Fáil politician
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Date of birth 1 August 1960
Cork
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • University College Cork
Occupation
Member of political party
  • Fianna Fáil
Position held
  • Leader of the Opposition (Enda Kenny, 25 February 2011)
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade (Dermot Ahern, 7 May 2008, Brian Cowen, 18 January 2011)
  • Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (Mary Harney, 29 September 2004, Mary Coughlan, 7 May 2008)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (31st Dáil, Cork South–Central, Fianna Fáil, 9 March 2011, 3 February 2016, Irish general election, 2011)
  • Leader of Fianna Fáil (Brian Cowen, 26 January 2011)
  • Minister for Health (Brian Cowen, 27 January 2000, Mary Harney, 29 September 2004)
  • Minister for Education and Skills (Niamh Bhreathnach, 26 June 1997, Michael Woods, 27 January 2000)
  • Leader of the Opposition (9 March 2011)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (32nd Dáil, Cork South–Central, Fianna Fáil, 10 March 2016, Irish general election, 2016)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (30th Dáil, Cork South–Central, Fianna Fáil, 14 June 2007, 1 February 2011, Irish general election, 2007)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (29th Dáil, Cork South–Central, Fianna Fáil, 6 June 2002, 26 April 2007, Irish general election, 2002)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (28th Dáil, Cork South–Central, Fianna Fáil, 26 June 1997, 25 April 2002, Irish general election, 1997)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (27th Dáil, Cork South–Central, Fianna Fáil, 14 December 2002, 15 May 1997, Irish general election, 1992)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (26th Dáil, Cork South–Central, Fianna Fáil, 29 June 1989, 5 November 1992, Irish general election, 1989)
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