Parliamentary Secretaries of the 15th Dáil
On 2 June 1954 the 7th Government of Ireland was officially appointed by Dáil Éireann. The new inter-party government was led by the Taoiseach John A. Costello, who appointed the following Parliamentary Secretaries.
|Denis J. O'Sullivan||Government Chief Whip||1954–1957||Fine Gael|
|Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence|
|John O'Donovan||Parliamentary Secretary to the Government||1954–1957||Fine Gael|
|Michael Donnellan||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance||1954–1957||Clann na Talmhan|
|William Davin||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Local Government||1954–1956||Labour Party|
|Dan Spring||1956–1957||Labour Party|
|Oliver J. Flanagan||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture||1954–1957||Fine Gael|
|Patrick Crotty||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry and Commerce||1954–1957||Fine Gael|
|Patrick Lindsay||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Gaeltacht||1954–1956||Fine Gael|
|Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education|
- ↑ "History of Government – Fifteenth Dáil – Parliamentary Secretaries". Department of the Taoiseach. Retrieved 20 November 2012.
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