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Irish Junior Ministers (Of State)
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Here is a list of the confirmed 'Ministers Of State' appointed by the new Fine Gael/Labour government in Ireland. These are the junior ministers who support the senior cabinet ministers by taking control of specific portfolio's, but they are not generally part of the cabinet or its meetings (apart from the Chief Whip and the Super Junior Minister).
Source: Department Of The Taoiseach

Quick List

Government Chief Whip: Paul Kehoe (Fine Gael)
Minister Of State Attending Government: Willie Penrose (Labour)

Minister Of State For:
Office of the Taoiseach: Paul Kehoe (Fine Gael)
Defence: Paul Kehoe (Fine Gael)
European Affairs: Lucinda Creighton (Fine Gael)
Food, Horticulture and Food Safety: Shane McEntee (Fine Gael)
Gaeltacht Affairs: Dinny McGinley (Fine Gael)
NewEra Project: Fergus O'Dowd (Fine Gael)
Research and Innovation: Sean Sherlock (Labour)
Training and Skills: Ciaran Cannon (Fine Gael)
Small Business: John Perry (Fine Gael)
Housing and Planning: Willie Penrose (Labour)
Trade and Development: Jan O'Sullivan (Labour)
Public Service Reform and Office of Public Works: Brian Hayes (Fine Gael)
Primary Care: Roisin Shortall (Labour)
Disability, Equality and Mental Health: Kathleen Lynch (Labour)
Tourism and Sport: Michael Ring (Fine Gael)
Public and Commuter Transport: Alan Kelly (Labour)

Listed by Department

** = Minister Of State position which is connected with two departments

Department of the Taoiseach

Minister Of State for Office of the Taoiseach/Government Chief Whip: Paul Kehoe (Fine Gael)

**Minister of State for European Affairs: Lucinda Creighton (Fine Gael)

Department of Agriculture, Marine and Food

Minister of State for Food, Horticulture and Food Safety: Shane McEntee (Fine Gael)

Department of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Affairs

Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs: Dinny McGinley (Fine Gael)

Department of Children

No Minister's of State

Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources

**Minister of State for NewEra Project: Fergus O'Dowd (Fine Gael)

Department of Education and Skills

**Minister of State for Research and Innovation: Sean Sherlock (Labour)

Minister of State for Training and Skills: Ciaran Cannon (Fine Gael)

Department of Enterprise, Jobs and Innovation

Minister of State for Small Business: John Perry (Fine Gael)

**Minister of State for Research and Innovation: Sean Sherlock (Labour)

Department of Environment, Community and Local Government

Minister of State for Housing and Planning: Willie Penrose (Labour)

**Minister of State for NewEra Project: Fergus O'Dowd (Fine Gael)

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Minister of State for Trade and Development: Jan O'Sullivan (Labour)

**Minister of State for European Affairs: Lucinda Creighton (Fine Gael)

Department of Finance

**Minister of State for Public Service Reform and The Office Of Public Works: Brian Hayes (Fine Gael)

Department of Health

Minister of State for Primary Care: Roisin Shortall (Labour)

**Minister of State for Disability, Equality and Mental Health: Kathleen Lynch (Labour)

Department of Justice and Equality and Defence

**Minister of State for Disability, Equality and Mental Health: Kathleen Lynch (Labour)

Minister of State for Defence: Paul Kehoe (Fine Gael)

Department of Public Expenditure and Reform

**Minister of State for Public Service Reform and The Office Of Public Works: Brian Hayes (Fine Gael)

Department of Social Protection

No Minister's of State

Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport: Michael Ring (Fine Gael)

Minister of State for Public and Commuter Transport: Alan Kelly (Labour)

 
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