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Ministers of State of the 27th Dáil

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On 12 January 1993, the 23rd Government of Ireland was officially appointed by Dáil Éireann. The Fianna Fáil–Labour Party government was led by the Taoiseach Albert Reynolds.

On that day Reynolds announced to Dáil Éireann that the Government had appointed Noel Dempsey to the post of Minister for State at the Department of the Taoiseach with special responsibility as Government Chief Whip. On 14 January 1993, the Taoiseach announced that the Government had appointed the other Ministers of State.

Change of Government

On 15 December 1994 the 24th Government of Ireland was officially appointed by Dáil Éireann. It was the first time in Irish history that a government had changed without the need for a general election. The new Fine Gael–Labour Party–Democratic Left government was led by the Taoiseach John Bruton.

On that day Bruton announced to Dáil Éireann that the Government had appointed Seán Barrett, TD to the post of Minister for State at the Department of the Taoiseach with special responsibility as Government Chief Whip. Also on the same day Pat Rabbitte, TD was appointed to the position of Minister of State to the Government. On 20 December 1994, the Taoiseach announced that the Government had appointed the other Ministers of State.

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