Administrative Panel

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The Administrative Panel (Irish: An Rolla Riaracháin) is one of five vocational panels which together elect 43 of the 60 members of Seanad Éireann, the upper house of the Oireachtas (the legislature of Ireland). The Administrative Panel elects seven senators, at least three of whom must come from the Oireachtas members' nominees and at least another three must come from the nominating bodies' nominees.

Senators

Senators for the Administrative Panel
Key to parties
Sen Election Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
2nd 1938 Michael Hayes
(FG)
Thomas Condon
(Ind)
Christopher Byrne
(FF)
Richard Mulcahy
(FG)
John Newcome
(Ind)
Margaret Mary Pearse
(FF)
Thomas Ruane
(FF)
3rd 1938 Desmond FitzGerald
(FG)
Denis Healy
(FF)
James McGee
[note 1]
(Ind)
4th 1943 Michael Hearne
(FF)
Joseph Hannigan
(Ind)
Edward Monahan
(FG)
Richard Walsh
(FF)
5th 1944 Seán Goulding
(FF)
Andrew Clarkin
(FF)
Thomas Ruane
(FF)
6th 1948 Jeremiah Ryan
(FG)
Patrick Fitzsimons
(Ind)
Margaret Mary Pearse
(FF)
John Finan
(CnaT)
7th 1951 Michael J. O'Higgins
(FG)
Patrick Teehan
[note 2]
(FF)
James J. McCrea
(Lab)
Thomas Ruane
(FF)
8th 1954 Gerry L'Estrange
(FG)
John L. O'Sullivan
(FG)
Louis Walsh
(Ind)
Margaret Mary Pearse
(FF)
1956 William Woods
[note 3]
(Ind)
9th 1957 Patrick Fitzsimons
(Ind)
Patrick Connor
(FG)
John O'Leary
[note 4]
(Lab)
1960 Gerard B. Dillon
[note 5]
(FF)
John J. Brennan
[note 6]
(FF)
10th 1961 Thomas J. Fitzpatrick
(FG)
Seán Brady
(FF)
Liam Ahern
(FF)
Cornelius Desmond
(Lab)
11th 1965 Patrick O'Reilly
(FG)
Éamon Rooney
(FG)
Patrick Teehan
(FF)
Jack McQuillan
(NPD)
Kieran Egan
(FF)
12th 1969 Richard Belton
(FG)
Jack Garrett
[note 7]
(FF)
Patrick Malone
[note 8]
(FG)
Patrick J. Reynolds
(FG)
Patrick Norton
(FF)
1970 Seán Keegan
[note 9]
(FF)
13th 1973 Philip Burton
(FG)
Thomas Kilbride
(FG)
Seán Brosnan
[note 10]
(FF)
Andy O'Brien
(FG)
Bernard McGlinchey
(FF)
1975 Micheál Prendergast
[note 11]
(FG)
14th 1977 Myles Staunton
(FG)
Micheál Cranitch
(FF)
Liam Burke
[note 12]
(FG)
Michael P. Kitt
(FF)
Tras Honan
(FF)
1977 Michael Donnelly
[note 13]
(FF)
1980 Jim Doolan
(FF)
15th 1981 Jimmy Leonard
(FF)
Katharine Bulbulia
(FG)
Patrick Kennedy
(FG)
Flor O'Mahony
(Lab)
16th 1982 Luke Belton
(FG)
Sean Conway
(FF)
Billy Kenneally
(FF)
17th 1983 Michael Lynch
(FF)
Martin O'Donoghue
(FF)
Patrick Kennedy
(FG)
18th 1987 Joe Doyle
(FG)
Michael Doherty
(FF)
Seán Haughey
(FF)
Mary Wallace
(FF)
19th 1989 Tom Raftery
(FG)
Michael Finneran
(FF)
Seán Doherty
(FF)
Joe Costello
(Lab)
20th 1993 Joe Doyle
(FG)
Michael O'Kennedy
(FF)
Louis Belton
(FG)
Tom Enright
(FG)
Jan O'Sullivan
(Lab)
Dick Roche
(FF)
21st 1997 Camillus Glynn
(FF)
Fintan Coogan Jnr
(FG)
Fergus O'Dowd
(FG)
Joe Costello
(Lab)
Tony Kett
[note 14]
(FF)
22nd 2002 Joe McHugh
(FG)
Timmy Dooley
(FF)
Diarmuid Wilson
(FF)
Frank Feighan
(FG)
Joanna Tuffy
(Lab)
23rd 2007 Nicky McFadden
(FG)
Mark Daly
(FF)
Paschal Donohoe
(FG)
Brendan Ryan
(Lab)
2009 James Carroll
[note 15]
(FF)
24th 2011 Michael D'Arcy
(FG)
Denis Landy
(Lab)
Tom Sheahan
(FG)
John Kelly
(Lab)
Martin Conway
(FG)
25th 2016 Maura Hopkins
(FG)
Niall Ó Donnghaile
(SF)
John Dolan
(Ind)
Kevin Humphreys
(Lab)

Note: The columns in this table are used only for presentational purposes, and no significance should be attached to the order of columns.

  1. ^ Died on 19 January 1956
  2. ^ Elected to the 16th Dáil at a by-election on 23 June 1960
  3. ^ Elected to Seanad at a by-election on 14 May 1956, replacing James McGee
  4. ^ Died on 21 June 1959
  5. ^ Elected to Seanad at a by-election on 1 November 1960, replacing Patrick Teehan
  6. ^ Elected to Seanad at a by-election on 9 February 1960, replacing John O'Leary
  7. ^ Died on 11 September 1977
  8. ^ Elected to the 19th Dáil at a by-election on 14 April 1970
  9. ^ Elected to Seanad at a by-election on 16 June 1970, replacing Patrick Malone
  10. ^ Elected to the 20th Dáil at a by-election on 13 November 1974
  11. ^ Elected to Seanad at a by-election on 23 April 1975, replacing Seán Brosnan
  12. ^ Elected to 21st Dáil at a by-election on 6 November 1979
  13. ^ Elected to Seanad at a by-election on 7 December 1977, following the death of Jack Garrett
  14. ^ Died on 19 April 2009
  15. ^ Elected to Seanad on 26 November 2009, replacing Tony Kett

List of nominating bodies

  • Alzheimer Society of Ireland
  • Association of Irish Local Government
  • Care Alliance Ireland
  • Center for Independent Living
  • Central Remedial Clinic
  • Co-operative Housing Ireland Society
  • Disability Federation of Ireland
  • Enable Ireland Disability Services
  • Irish Deaf Society
  • Inclusion Ireland
  • Irish Foster Care Association
  • Irish Kidney Association
  • Irish Wheelchair Association
  • Local Authority Members' Association
  • National Association for the Deaf (DeafHear)
  • Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland
  • National Council for the Blind
  • Threshold
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