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Sean Lynch

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Sean Lynch

Website: www.fermanaghsouthtyronesf.com
Email: [email protected]

Sean joined the Republican Movement in the early 1970s. He was arrested after being seriously wounded in an SAS operation in which Vol. Seamus Mc Elwaine was killed in 1986. He was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment.  Sean became Officer Commanding (OC) republican prisoners in Long Kesh from 1992-1995. He was released under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998.

Sean went on to become Sinn Féin constituency manager for Fermanagh South Tyrone Sinn Féin and was the election agent for Michelle Gildernew, when the party won the Westminster seat in 2001.

He was instrumental in establishing the first Irish language school in Fermanagh, Bunscoil An traonaigh and sits on its Board of Govoners.  Elected to the assembly in 2011.

He is a member of St Patricks GAA Club Donagh and also of Carrowshee Residents Association.

Portfolio: Regional Development

Constituency Office details:
115 Main St
Lisnaskea
Co Fermanagh BT92 OFS
Phone: 02867721642.
Email: [email protected], [email protected].

Mon- Fri 9.30am – 4.30pm, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. 10am to 5pm

Stormont Office:
Room 385B
Parliament Buildings
Stormont
Belfast BT4 3XX
02890520350, 02890521610.

Last updated: 12th June 2013

Statements (30)

Removal of Fermanagh’s last courthouse will have huge impact29 January, 2015

Disabled badge holders warned not to be fooled by alternative application sites25 June, 2014

Lynch calls for cross-border ticket booking9 May, 2014

Rise in train figures opportunity to expand network28 January, 2014

Gun attack a futile attempt to take us backwards24 December, 2013

Reduction on car park charges welcomed26 November, 2013

Peter Robinson must explain land sale comments - Lynch23 September, 2013

G8 road work stoppages excessive - Lynch14 May, 2013

Sinn Féin welcome stop and search court ruling10 May, 2013

Fermanagh residents being endangered by militarists and PSNI inaction3 April, 2013