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Paul Maskey


Paul Maskey has been a republican activist for his entire adult life.

He was first elected to Belfast City Council in 2001 when he topped the poll in the Upper Falls constituency.

Paul remained on the council until 2009 during which time he was Sinn Féin’s group leader from 2005 to 2007.

In 2007 Paul was first elected to the Assembly for West Belfast and then again in 2011.

In 2011 Paul was elected as MP for West Belfast in a by-election and was reelected again in 2015.

Paul is renowned for being a hard working MP who is easily accessible on the ground in West Belfast with his constituency office providing an excellent service to the people of the area.

Statements (161)

Maskey has condemned the paint bombing attack on Sinn Féin Falls Rd office and the graffiti attack on the Falls Library.26 August, 2015

Women shocked and shaken by West Belfast gun attack – Maskey11 August, 2015

Environment minister needs to get tough on bonfires - Maskey15 July, 2015

Bomb threats made against Sinn Féin members - Maskey6 July, 2015

Initial job losses blow to local economy - Maskey30 June, 2015

Sinn Féin wish Heenan family well - Maskey30 April, 2015

Visteon site can accommodate homes and economic use - Maskey1 April, 2015

Maskey welcomes meeting between Ballymurphy Massacre families and An Taoiseach27 March, 2015

MP expresses concern at any further delay in new critical care building at RVH24 March, 2015

Maskey attends Labour Irish Society St Patrick's Day celebrations18 March, 2015

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