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Gerry Kelly

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Gerry Kelly was one of Sinn Féin's negotiating team during the years leading up to The Good Friday Agreement and after. He  is the party's Policing spokesperson. One of Sinn Fein's two MLA's for North Belfast Gerry served in the Assembly Executive as Junior Minister from 2007 to 2011 and is currently deputy Chief Whip for the Assembly team.

Being first elected in North Belfast in 1996 to the Forum Gerry was then elected as an MLA in 1998 where he remains a prominent campaigner on issues of justice, equality and rights.

Former hunger striker, escapee from Long Kesh, and published poet  Gerry plays an active role in international conflict resolution processes ranging from the Philippines to  The Basque country and Burma/Myanmar.

He is Chair of the Assembly Procedures Committee 

One of Sinn Féin's three members on the Policing Board. He is also Chair of the Resource Committee of the Board.

Constituency office:
Teach Carney
291 Antrim Road
Belfast
BT15 2GZ
Email: teachcarney@msn.com
Phone: 02890740817

Stormont office:
Room 331
Parliament Buildings
Stormont
Belfast
BT4 3XX
Phone: 90520359

Last updated: 28th May 2013

Statements (293)

Kelly raises Sean Brown inquest delays at Policing Board19 February, 2015

SDLP move undermined the Good Friday Agreement - Kelly3 February, 2015

Kelly condemns north Belfast shootings30 January, 2015

O’Connor family deserves the truth – Kelly26 January, 2015

Sinn Féin mandate must be respected in TV debates – Kelly23 January, 2015

Call for retired officers to cooperate with Ombudsman inquiries welcome – Kelly13 January, 2015

Kelly condemns north Belfast shooting6 January, 2015

Kelly concerned over PSNI use of child informants1 December, 2014

Hooded Men case cannot be consigned to history30 November, 2014

Kelly calls for ban on water meters27 November, 2014

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