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The newly elected Fine Gael/Labour coalition government under Dr Garret FitzGerald, having received their seals of office from President Hillery at Áras an Uachtaráin. Back row: Minister for Finance, John Bruton; Minister for Fisheries and Forestry, Tom Fitzpatrick; Minister for Labour and Public Services, Liam Kavanagh; Minister for Agriculture, Alan Dukes; Minister for Justice, Jim Mitchell; Minister for Posts and Telegraphs and Transport, Patrick Cooney; Minister for Trade, Commerce and Tourism (also acting Minister for Foreign Affairs), John Kelly; Minister for Education, John Boland; Minister for the Gaeltacht, Paddy O’Toole; James Dooge (appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs following his subsequent nomination to Seanad Éireann).
Seated: Minister for Defence, James Tully; Taoiseach, Garret FitzGerald; President Patrick Hillery; Tánaiste and Minister for Industry and Energy, Michael O’Leary; Minister for the Environment, Peter Barry; Minister for Health and Welfare, Eileen Desmond; Attorney General, Peter Sutherland.
30 June 1981

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The newly elected Fine Gael/Labour coalition government under Dr Garret FitzGerald, having received their seals of office from President Hillery at Áras an Uachtaráin. Back row: Minister for Finance, John Bruton; Minister for Fisheries and Forestry, Tom Fitzpatrick; Minister for Labour and Public Services, Liam Kavanagh; Minister for Agriculture, Alan Dukes; Minister for Justice, Jim Mitchell; Minister for Posts and Telegraphs and Transport, Patrick Cooney; Minister for Trade, Commerce and Tourism (also acting Minister for Foreign Affairs), John Kelly; Minister for Education, John Boland; Minister for the Gaeltacht, Paddy O’Toole; James Dooge (appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs following his subsequent nomination to Seanad Éireann).<br />
Seated: Minister for Defence, James Tully; Taoiseach, Garret FitzGerald; President Patrick Hillery; Tánaiste and Minister for Industry and Energy, Michael O’Leary; Minister for the Environment, Peter Barry; Minister for Health and Welfare, Eileen Desmond; Attorney General, Peter Sutherland.<br />
30 June 1981