Members of the European Parliament for Ireland 1979–1984


Members of the European Parliament for Ireland 1979–1984
Members of the
European Parliament

for Ireland
1st Delegation (1973)
2nd Delegation (1973–77)
3rd Delegation (1977–79)
1st Term (1979)
2nd Term (1984)
3rd Term (1989)
4th Term (1994)
5th Term (1999)
6th Term (2004)
7th Term (2009)
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This is a list of the 15 Members of the European Parliament for Ireland elected at the 1979 European Parliament election. They served in the 1979 to 1984 session.

Contents

Constituencies

Connacht–Ulster

Name National party European group
Neil Blaney Independent Fianna Fáil Technical Group of Independents
Seán Flanagan Fianna Fáil European Progressive Democrats
Joe McCartin Fine Gael European People's Party

Dublin

Name National party European group
Síle de Valera Fianna Fáil European Progressive Democrats
John O'Connell[1] Labour Party Party of European Socialists
Michael O'Leary[2] Labour Party Party of European Socialists
*Richie Ryan Fine Gael European People's Party

Leinster

Name National party European group
Mark Clinton Fine Gael European People's Party
*Liam Kavanagh[3] Labour Party Party of European Socialists
Patrick Lalor Fianna Fáil European Progressive Democrats

Munster

Name National party European group
Jerry Cronin[4] Fianna Fáil European Progressive Democrats
Noel Davern Fianna Fáil European Progressive Democrats
Eileen Desmond[5] Labour Party Party of European Socialists
T. J. Maher Independent European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party
Tom O'Donnell Fine Gael European People's Party

*Denotes outgoing MEP

Footnotes

  1. ^ John O'Connell resigned on 30 September 1981 and was replaced by John Horgan on 21 October 1981. John Horgan resigned on 1 January 1983 and was replaced by Flor O'Mahony on 2 March 1983.
  2. ^ Michael O'Leary resigned on 30 June 1981 and was replaced by Frank Cluskey on 1 July 1981. Frank Cluskey resigned on 14 December 1982 and was replaced by Brendan Halligan on 2 March 1982.
  3. ^ Liam Kavanagh resigned on 7 July 1981 on becoming Minister for Labour and was replaced by Séamus Pattison on 9 July 1981. Séamus Pattison resigned on 15 December 1983 and was replaced by Justin Keating on 8 February 1984.
  4. ^ Jerry Cronin resigned on 23 May 1984 and his seat was vacant at dissolution.
  5. ^ Eileen Desmond resigned on 7 July 1981 and was replaced by Seán Treacy on 9 July 1981.

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