Minister for Rural and Community Development

The Minister for Rural and Community Development (Irish: An tAire Forbartha Tuaithe agus Pobail) is the senior minister at the Department of Rural and Community Development in the Government of Ireland.

Minister for Rural and Community Development
Incumbent
Michael Ring

since 14 June 2017
Department of Rural and Community Development
Member of
Reports toTaoiseach
SeatDublin, Ireland
AppointerPresident of Ireland on the nomination of the Taoiseach
Inaugural holderMichael Ring
Formation19 July 2017
Websitedrcd.gov.ie

The current Minister for Rural and Community Development is Michael Ring, TD.[1] He is assisted by

List of office-holders

Minister for Rural and Community Development 2017–present

No. Name Term of office Party
1. Michael Ring 14 June 2017 Incumbent Fine Gael

See also

References

  1. Kelly, Tom (14 June 2017). "Michael Ring is appointed Minister for Rural Affairs". Connaught Telegraph. Retrieved 15 June 2017.
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