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Labour Panel

The Labour Panel (Irish: An Rolla Oibreachais) is one of five Vocational Panels which together elect 43 members of Seanad Éireann, the upper house of the Oireachtas (the legislature of Ireland). The Labour panel elects 11 Senators, at least 4 of whom must come from the Oireachtas members' nominees and at least another four must come from the nominating bodies' nominees.

Senators

Senators for the Labour Panel
Sen Election Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
22nd 2002 Feargal Browne
(FG)
Maurice Cummins
(FG)
Brendan Daly
(FF)
Geraldine Feeney
(FF)
Michael Finucane
(FG)
Liam Fitzgerald
[note 1]
(FF)
John Hanafin
(FF)
Terry Leyden
(FF)
Don Lydon
(FF)
Jim Higgins
(FG)
Michael McCarthy
(Lab)
23rd 2007 Jerry Buttimer
(FG)
Donie Cassidy
(FF)
Frances Fitzgerald
(FG)
Fidelma Healy Eames
[note 2]
(FG)
Ned O'Sullivan
(FF)
Phil Prendergast
(Lab)
24th 2011 Terry Brennan
(FG)
Cáit Keane
(FG)
David Cullinane
(SF)
Marie Moloney
(Lab)
Darragh O'Brien
(FF)
Tony Mulcahy
(FG)
John Whelan
(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. ^ Resigned Fianna Fáil whip on 27 March 2007.
  2. ^ Fine Gael party removed on 16 July 2013.

List of nominating bodies

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