Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform

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Minister for
Public Expenditure and Reform
Brendan Howlin TD - Labour Party.jpg
Incumbent
Brendan Howlin

since 9 March 2011[1]
Appointer President of Ireland on the nomination of the Taoiseach
Inaugural holder Brendan Howlin
Formation 9 March 2011
Website www.per.gov.ie

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform (Irish: An tAire Caiteachais Phoiblí agus Athchóirithe) is the senior minister at the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform in the Government of Ireland.

The current Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform is Brendan Howlin, TD.[2] He is assisted by:

The department is responsible for Public Expenditure and Reform. It was created in March 2011, taking over some of the functions of the Department of Finance.[3]

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform 2011–present[edit]

No. Name Term of office Party
1. Brendan Howlin 9 March 2011 Incumbent Labour Party

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Howlin was acting minister from 9 March 2011 to 5 July 2011 before the department was officially created.
  2. ^ "Noonan named as new Finance Minister". RTÉ News. 9 March 2011. 
  3. ^ "S.I. No. 401/2011 — Ministers and Secretaries (Amendment) Act 2011 (Appointed Day) Order 2011". 5 July 2011. Retrieved 19 August 2011. 

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