Micheál Martin

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Micheál Martin

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15t Taoiseach
Assumed office
27 Juin 2020
PresesMichael D. Higgins
TánaisteLeo Varadkar
Precedit biLeo Varadkar
Leader o Fianna Fáil
Assumed office
26 Januar 2011
DeputeMary Hanafin
Brian Lenihan Jnr
Éamon Ó Cuív
Dara Calleary
Precedit biBrian Cowen
Leader o the Opposeetion
In office
9 Mairch 2011 – 27 Juin 2020
PresesMary McAleese
Michael D. Higgins
TaoiseachEnda Kenny
Leo Varadkar
Precedit biEnda Kenny
Succeedit biMary Lou McDonald
Meenister for Furrin Affairs
In office
7 Mey 2008 – 18 Januar 2011
TaoiseachBrian Cowen
Precedit biDermot Ahern
Succeedit biBrian Cowen
Meenister for Enterprise, Trade an Employment
In office
29 September 2004 – 7 Mey 2008
TaoiseachBertie Ahern
Precedit biMary Harney
Succeedit biMary Coughlan
Meenister for Heal an Childer
In office
27 Januar 2000 – 29 September 2004
TaoiseachBertie Ahern
Precedit biBrian Cowen
Succeedit biMary Harney
Meenister for Eddication an Science
In office
26 Juin 1997 – 27 Januar 2000
TaoiseachBertie Ahern
Precedit biNiamh Bhreathnach (Eddication)
Succeedit biMichael Woods
Laird Mayor o Cork
In office
20 Juin 1992 – 21 Juin 1993
Precedit biDenis Cregan
Succeedit biJohn Murray
Teachta Dála
Assumed office
Juin 1989
ConstituencyCork Sooth-Central
Personal details
Born (1960-08-01) 1 August 1960 (age 61)
Turners Cross, Cork, Ireland
NaitionalityErse
Poleetical pairtyFianna Fáil
Spoose(s)Mary O'Shea (m. 1989)
Bairns5
EddicationColáiste Chríost Rí
Alma materUniversity College Cork
Wabsteidmichealmartin.ie

Micheál Martin (Erse pronunciation: [ˈmʲiːçaːl̪ˠ] [1][2][3]; born 1 August 1960) is an Erse Fianna Fáil politeecian servin as Taoiseach o Ireland syne 2020 an Leader o Fianna Fáil syne 2011.

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  1. Martin spells his first name Micheál, that is withoot an acute accent, or síneadh fada ower the i. See Martin's offeecial wabsteid Micheál Martin TD. The Erse leid version o the name Michael is uisually spelt Mícheál.
  2. "Micheál Martin". Oireachtas Members Database. Retrieved 8 Juin 2008.
  3. "Irish politics needs to wake up to the consequences of a no-deal Brexit": The Irish Times, published 6/29/20