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  • Former Fianna Fail Senator (Agricultural Panel)
  • Entered the Seanad on 13 September 2007 — appointed
  • Left the Seanad on 31 March 2020 — General election

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Seanad: Business of Seanad: Motion (21 Jan 2020)

“What about the corridor?”

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (17 Dec 2019)

“I want to be associated with the expressions of sympathy to the family of the late Mr. Cormac Ó Braonáin. Cormac was the chairperson of Labour Youth and I know that the Labour Party family will miss him greatly. I offer my condolences on his death. The second issue I wish to raise is the recent British election. I congratulate all of the MPs who were elected, particularly in the...”

Joint Standing Committee on the Irish Language, the Gaeltacht and the Islands: Seirbhísí trí Ghaeilge (Atógáil): Roinn Dlí agus Cirt agus Comhionannais (17 Dec 2019)

“Cuirim fáilte roimh na finnéithe. Tá ceist amháin agam agus ansin tá tuairim eile le nochtadh agam. Coinneoidh mé mo chuid tuairimí dírithe ar obair na Roinne féin. Dúirt an tUasal Ó Cearúil go bhfuil 2% d'fhoireann na Roinne, nó 43 as beagnach 2,000 duine atá ag obair sa Roinn, a bhfuil in ann seirbhís trí...”

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  • Has spoken in 12 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — well below average among Senators.
  • People have made 2 comments on this Senator's speeches — above average among Senators.
  • 23 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 765 times in debates — well above average among Senators.
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