Martin McGuinness

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Martin McGuinness
Martin McGuinness MLA.jpg
Deputy First Meenister o Northren Ireland
In office
8 Mey 2007 – 9 Januar 2017*
Servin with Ian Paisley, Peter Robinson, Arlene Foster
Precedit bi Mark Durkan
Succeedit bi Vacant
Meenister o Eddication
In office
2 December 1999 – 14 October 2002
First Meenister David Trimble
Deputy First Meenister Seamus Mallon
Mark Durkan
Precedit bi Position established
Succeedit bi Caitríona Ruane
Leader o Sinn Féin in Northern Ireland
In office
8 Mey 2007 – 9 Januar 2017
Leader Gerry Adams
Precedit bi Poseetion established
Succeedit bi Michelle O'Neill
Member o the Legislative Assembly
for Foyle
In office
6 Mey 2016 – 26 Januar 2017
Precedit bi Maeve McLaughlin
Succeedit bi Elisha McCallion
Member o the Legislative Assembly
for Mid Ulster
In office
25 June 1998 – 6 Mey 2016
Precedit bi Position established
Succeedit bi Linda Dillon
Member o Pairlament
for Mid Ulster
In office
1 Mey 1997 – 2 Januar 2013
Precedit bi William McCrea
Succeedit bi Francie Molloy
Majority 15,363 (37.6%)
Personal details
Born James Martin Pacelli McGuinness
23 Mey 1950(1950-05-23)
Derry, Northren Ireland
Dee'd 21 Mairch 2017(2017-03-21) (aged 66)
Derry, Northren Ireland
Poleetical pairty Sinn Féin
Spoose(s) Bernadette Canning (m. 1974–2017)
Bairns 4
*John O'Dowd served as Actin dFM frae 20 September 2011 tae 31 October 2011 while McGuinness campaigned for the Erse presidential election, 2011.

James Martin Pacelli McGuinness (Erse: Séamus Máirtín Pacelli Mag Aonghusa;[1] 23 Mey 1950 – 21 Mairch 2017)[2] wis an Erse republican an Sinn Féin politeecian wha wis the Deputy First Meenister o Northren Ireland frae Mey 2007 tae Januar 2017.[3]

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  1. "Ag cur Gaeilge ar ais i mbéal an phobail – Fórógra Shinn Féin do na Toghcháin Westminster" (Press release) (in Irish). Sinn Féin press release. 22 April 2005. Retrieved 21 March 2017. 
  2. "Death announced of Martin McGuinness". Raidió Teilifís Éireann. 21 March 2017. Retrieved 21 March 2017. 
  3. About the Department Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister.