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Raymond McCartney

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Raymond McCartney

Website: www.derrysinnfein.ie
Email: [email protected]

Raymond McCartney is from Derry and a Sinn Féin MLA for Foyle.  He is a former political prisoner and has been active in Sinn Féin since his release in 1994.

He has a BA Honours degree which is obtained while in Long Kesh and on his release he completed a Masters degree in Peace Studies at the University of Ulster.

He worked as the project co-ordinator of Tar Abhaile and was Chair of Coiste na n-Iar Chimi for 15 years.

He was elected to the Assembly in 2004.  Raymond is the Sinn Fein Assembly Group and a member of the Cuige Uladh Political Directorate.  He is a member of the Assembly and Executive Review Committee and the Deputy Chairperson of the Justice Committee.  He is the Sinn Fein spokesperson on Justice.

He is a member of the Strategy Board which oversees the delivery of the One Plan for Derry.

He has previously sat on the Regional Development and Culture Arts and Leisure Committees.

He was a member of the Long Kesh Development group which was tasked to oversee the Long Kesh site.

He is member of the Sinn Fein International department.

Raymond has a keen interest in the Irish language and sport. He is an advocate of the Irish medium education sector. 

He is married to Rose and they have a son, Conchúr.

Portfolio: Sinn Fein Assembly Group and a member of the Cuige Uladh Political Directorate.  He is a member of the Assembly and Executive Review Committee and the Deputy Chairperson of the Justice Committee.  He is the Sinn Fein spokesperson on Justice.

Email address: [email protected]

Constituency Office:
Sinn Féin Constituency Service
Rath Mór Business Park
Eastway Road
Derry
BT48 0LZ

Seirbhís Thoghcheantair Shinn Féin
Lárionad Gnó Ráth Mór
Bóthar an Oirthir
Doire
BT48 0LZ
Phone: 71 377551
Mon- Fri 9.30am – 4.30pm

Stormont contact details:
Room 318
Parliament Buildings
Stormont
Belfast
BT4 3XX
Phone: 90520322
Email: [email protected]

Last update: 6th June 2013

Statements (233)

Ministerial sub group delivering for the North West – McCartney1 February, 2016

McCartney condemns City Cemetery security alert27 January, 2016

PSNI should apologise in person to Hampson family – Raymond McCartney26 January, 2016

Elliot's comments an insult to Bloody Sunday families - McCartney17 December, 2015

PSNI need to be free to investigate Bloody Sunday killings17 December, 2015

British government must end blanket veto on disclosure - McCartney10 December, 2015

British Government must disclose relevant information on legacy issues10 December, 2015

McCartney condemns security alert disruption5 December, 2015

British government should fund legacy investigations and inquests - McCartney26 November, 2015

McCartney welcomes proposed new Derry/Dublin air service25 November, 2015