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Francie Molloy


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Francie Molloy has been a political activist since the Civil Rights campaign and was the Director of Elections for Bobby Sands in 1981. 

First elected in 1985 to Dungannon Council, Francie was selected as Mayor in 2001 and was part of the negotiating team which brought about the Good Friday and St Andrews Agreements.

Francie held the position of Principal Deputy Speaker of the Assembly and sat on the OFM /DFM committee. He represented the Assembly on the EU Committee of the Regions to give the Assembly an input into new EU legislation and CAP reform. 
 Francie also sat on the Agriculture Committee to ensure the rural way of life and countryside sports.

On the 7th March 2013 Francie Molloy was elected MP for Mid Ulster to replace Martin McGuinness and in line with party policy has vacated his Assembly seat. 

Statements (29)

Sinn Féin priority to support victims – Molloy11 March, 2015

Fianna Fáil claims a sign of electoral desperation - Molloy18 February, 2015

Molloy welcomes Judicial Review decision2 February, 2015

Molloy backs legal challenge of victims of British murder gang2 February, 2015

It’s time to invest in the West – Francie Molloy MP22 January, 2015

Molloy Meets NIE on Dale Farm Power Supply20 January, 2015

Investment west of the Bann must be supported14 December, 2014

Molloy to address public meeting in Liverpool9 December, 2014

Molloy condemns attack on Cookstown Orange Hall16 November, 2014

Training College must proceed3 November, 2014

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