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Seán Lynch has been a republican activist since the early 1970’s. The oldest of a family of 12, he lives with his partner Carol and has one son, Ciaran.  Seán was released from Long Kesh prison after 13 years, under the Good Friday Agreement.  During this period, he was O/C of the republican prisoners.

Seán, a fluent Irish speaker, was one of the people who established Bunscoil An Traonaigh in Lios na Sceithe. He was Sinn Féin organiser in the Fermanagh South Tyrone constituency from 2000 – 2011.

In 2011 Seán was elected to the Assembly and since then he has worked for all of the people of Fermanagh South Tyrone. He has been a member of the Regional Development and Justice Committees as well as being on the had-hoc committee on Mental Health Capacity Bill.

Statements (56)

‘Department must clarify minibus assurance’ - Lynch9 November, 2017

Sinn Féin welcome minibus mitigation31 October, 2017

‘Reassurance welcome but minibus mitigation still needed’ – Sinn Féin27 October, 2017

Sinn Féin welcome equality intervention on minibus laws23 October, 2017

Concern over new transport regulations – Sean Lynch19 October, 2017

‘Translink shortfall due to Tory-DUP austerity’ - Lynch24 August, 2017

Special status needed to protect equality provisions in North - Lynch29 June, 2017

Sinn Fein committed to equality for travellers - Lynch9 March, 2017

Lynch welcomes start of Flood Alleviation Scheme9 December, 2016

Lynch welcomes moves to address gender pay4 November, 2016

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