Parliamentary Secretaries of the 6th Dáil
On 11 October 1927 the 4th Executive Council of the Irish Free State was officially appointed by Dáil Éireann. The new Cumann na nGaedheal government was led by W. T. Cosgrave, who appointed the following Parliamentary Secretaries.
|Eamonn Duggan||Government Chief Whip||1927–1932||Cumann na nGaedheal|
|Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence||1927–1932|
|Séamus Burke||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance||1927–1932||Cumann na nGaedheal|
|Michael Heffernan||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs||1927–1932||Farmers' Party|
|Martin Roddy||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Lands and Fisheries||1927–1932||Cumann na nGaedheal|
|James Dolan||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry and Commerce||1927–1932||Cumann na nGaedheal|
On 3 April 1930 the 5th Executive Council of the Irish Free State was officially appointed by Dáil Éireann. The same Parliamentary Secretaries were re-appointed to the same offices.
- ↑ "History of Government – Sixth Dáil – Parliamentary Secretaries". Department of the Taoiseach. Retrieved 20 November 2012.
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