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Who's in? Who's out? These are your new ministers

Enda Kenny revealed his Cabinet this afternoon.

THE CABINET OF the 32nd Dáil has been revealed. 

After 70 days of negotiations with Fianna Fáil and cohorts of independents, Fine Gael is finally in a position to lead a minority government.  

Enda Kenny was eventually reinstalled as the Taoiseach, winning a vote by 59 to 49 this afternoon.

He has now revealed his new-look Cabinet:

Taoiseach and Minister for Defence - Enda Kenny, Fine Gael

Irish Government Source: Niall Carson

Paul Kehoe has been named as the Minister of State for the Department of the Taoiseach with special responsibility for defence.

Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality - Frances Fitzgerald, Fine Gael

Annual cross border organised crime seminar Source: Niall Carson

Minister for Finance - Michael Noonan, Fine Gael

Irish economic growth Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

Minister for Health - Simon Harris, Fine Gael

Irish Government cabinet reshuffle Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

Minister for Social Protection - Leo Varadkar, Fine Gael 


Minister for Education and Skills - Richard Bruton, Fine Gael 


Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government – Simon Coveney, Fine Gael

Irish general election Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform – Paschal Donohoe, Fine Gael 


Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade - Charlie Flanagan, Fine Gael

Anglo-Irish Agreement anniversary Source: Niall Carson

Minister for Regional Development, Rural Affairs, Arts & the Gaeltacht – Heather Humphreys, Fine Gael

23/3/2016. 1916 Celebrations Centenary Source: Sam Boal

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation - Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Fine Gael

Irish General Election Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine - Michael Creed, Fine Gael

10/8/2009 Fair Trade Bills

Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport - Shane Ross, Independent Alliance


Minister for Communications, Climate Change & Natural Resources - Denis Naughten, independent


Minister for Children & Youth Affairs - Katharine Zappone, independent

Irish general election Source: Niall Carson

Chief Whip - Regina Doherty, Fine Gael

4/9/2013. Seanad Abolition Referendums Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Máire Whelan remains the Attorney General.

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