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30th April 2020 | Green Party News

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Following the General Election, the Green Party have appointed new spokespeople. The new roles will align with government departments and are drawn from members of the Parliamentary Party.

Members of the party will have an opportunity to talk with the spokespeople on their issues. Details will be sent out in a separate email over the coming days.

We would also like to take this opportunity to say thanks to the spokespeople who served the last term, for their leadership and expertise in service to the Party.

Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan TD – Spokesperson for Department of the Taoiseach

Green Party Deputy Leader Catherine Martin TD – Spokesperson for Department of Education and Skills

Neasa Hourigan TD – Spokesperson for Department of Finance

Ossian Smyth TD – Spokesperson for Department of Health

Marc Ó Cathasaigh TD – Spokesperson for Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection

Joe O’Brien TD – Spokesperson for Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport

Roderic O’Gorman TD – Spokesperson for Department of Justice and Equality

Brian Leddin TD – Spokesperson for Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment

Malcolm Noonan TD – Spokesperson for Department of Rural and Community Development

Patrick Costello TD – Spokesperson for Department of Children and Youth Affairs

Steven Matthews TD – Spokesperson for Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation

Francis Noel Duffy TD – Spokesperson for Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government

Senator Pippa Hacket – Spokesperson for Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

Senator Pauline O’Reilly – Spokesperson for Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Cllr Peter Kavanagh – Spokesperson for the Irish Language