Parliamentary Secretaries of the 8th Dáil
On 8 February 1933 the 7th Executive Council of the Irish Free State was officially appointed by Dáil Éireann. The new Fianna Fáil government was led by Éamon de Valera, who appointed the following Parliamentary Secretaries.
|Patrick Little||Government Chief Whip||1933–1937|
|Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for External Affairs||1933–1937|
|Hugo Flinn||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance||1933–1937|
|Conn Ward||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Local Government and Public Health||1933–1937|
|Seán O'Grady||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Lands and Fisheries||1933–1937|
|Oscar Traynor||Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence||Jun. 1936–Nov. 1936|
- "History of Government – Eighth Dáil – Parliamentary Secretaries". Department of the Taoiseach. Retrieved 20 November 2012.