Pól Callaghan

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Pól Callaghan
Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
for Foyle
In office
15 November 2010 – 2011
Preceded by Mark Durkan
Succeeded by Colum Eastwood
Personal details
Political party SDLP

Pól Callaghan was an Irish nationalist politician in Northern Ireland, representing the Social Democratic and Labour Party. On 15 November 2010, he succeeded Mark Durkan as Member of the Legislative Assembly for Foyle.

Regarding the election Callaghan said "We know the people of Derry are hungry for change and as a new representative I can help build a newly energised SDLP to deliver it."[1][2] Callaghan failed to retain his seat at the 2011 Assembly election.[citation needed]

Northern Ireland Assembly
Preceded by
Mark Durkan
MLA for Foyle
Succeeded by
Colum Eastwood