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

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Seanad: Death of Former Member: Expressions of Sympathy (20 Nov 2019)

“Is onóir agus pribhléid domsa cúpla focal a rá anseo inniu mar gheall ar ár sean-chara Rory Kiely. Cuirim fáilte is fiche roimh chlann Rory agus a chairde go léir go dtí Seanad Éireann, áit ina rinne sé a dhícheall i gcónaí ar son na tíre, ar son an pháirtí agus ar son mhuintir Luimnigh. It is a privilege...”

Seanad: Death of Former Member: Expressions of Sympathy (20 Nov 2019)

“Each of the party leaders trusted Rory's advice and they received good advice at all times. Former Taoiseach Brian Cowen was especially close to Rory and made a wonderful oration at his graveside last June.We think especially of Brian today and wish him continued recovery and good health into the future. It is great to see Deputy Cowen here and I ask him to convey our best wishes to Brian.”

Seanad: Death of Former Member: Expressions of Sympathy (20 Nov 2019)

“The turnout at Rory's funeral was exceptional. It had to be, first as he never missed a funeral himself, and second as he knew everyone and everyone knew him.”

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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 8 comments on this Senator's speeches — well above average among Senators.
  • 28 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 309 times in debates — average among Senators.
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