Green Party (Ireland) Front Bench

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The Green Party lost all its seats at the 2011 general election and has no representation in the 31st Dáil. Its current front bench, formed in 2012, is non-parliamentary.

2012-present (non-parliamentary)[edit]

Portfolio Spokesperson
Party leader Eamon Ryan
Deputy leader/Education and Skills Catherine Martin
Public Expenditure and Reform Ciarán Cuffe
Social Protection Roderic O'Gorman
Justice, Equality and Defence Joan Campbell
Transport, Tourism and Sport Adam Douglas
Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Marianne Butler
Health Oisín Ó hAlmhain
European Affairs Brian Meaney
Foreign Affairs and Trade Niamh Fitzgibbon
Housing and Planning Tom Kivlehan
Environment, Community and Local Government Malcolm Noonan
Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Ossian Smith
Children and Youth Affairs Patrick Costello
Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Rian Coulter
Forestry Cathy Fitzgerald
Agriculture, Food and Marine Seamus Sheridan
Finance Mark Dearey

2007–2011[edit]

Portfolio Spokesperson
Party leader John Gormley
Deputy leader Mary White
Education Paul Gogarty
Transport
Enterprise, Trade and Employment
Communications, Marine and Natural Resources
Eamon Ryan

2002–2007[edit]

Portfolio Spokesperson
Party Leader Trevor Sargent
Finance
Social and Family Affairs
Community, Rural Development and the Islands
Dan Boyle
Foreign Affairs
Defence
Health and Children
Party Chairman
John Gormley

Resignations[edit]

Portfolio Spokesperson
Environment Ciarán Cuffe (until 2003)