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Pat Sheehan

Pat Sheehan, a 52-year-old Gaeilgeoir and former Hungerstriker gained a degree in Philosophy and Politics with First Class Honours while imprisoned. 

Pat Sheehan, a 52-year-old Gaeilgeoir and former Hungerstriker gained a degree in Philosophy and Politics with First Class Honours while imprisoned. 

Upon his release from prison in 1998 he became active in Sinn Féin. Pat is a member of St Galls GAC – and has played football for Antrim and win an Ulster school championship title and has Club championship medals in football and hurling. 

Pat also worked for the republican ex-prisoners organisation, Coiste na n-Iarchími as Legacy Coordinator.

Pat was co-opted to the Assembly to replace Party President Gerry Adams and re-elected in 2011.

Pat is a member of the Policing Board and sits on the Assembly's Culture, Arts and Leisure Committee.

Statements (508)

Sheehan condemns west Belfast shooting18 February, 2015

Laverty verdict further highlights need for Ballymurphy Massacre inquiry - Sheehan10 February, 2015

PSNI must cooperate with inquests - Sheehan19 January, 2015

PSNI must provide evidence to Brown inquest9 January, 2015

New PSNI legacy unit will not have public confidence - Sheehan4 December, 2014

Not the job of PSNI to protect RUC legacy at inquests30 November, 2014

Caterpillar jobs losses blow for families - Sheehan28 November, 2014

Sheehan welcomes Jordan inquest ruling17 November, 2014

Sheehan welcomes fresh inquest into Pearse Jordan killing14 October, 2014

Sheehan condemns threats on water workers1 October, 2014

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