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  Albert Reynolds - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Albert Reynolds (born November 3, 1932), was the eighth Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland, serving one term in office from 1992 until 1994.
Albert Reynolds was born in Rooskey, County Roscommon on November 3, 1932.
Reynolds and his staunchest of supporters, Pádraig Flynn, announced their support for the motion and were immediately sacked from the government.
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 ALBERT REYNOLDS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Reynolds was Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (1979-1981), Minister for Transport (1980-1981), Minister for Industry and Energy (1982), Minister for Industry and Commerce (1987-1988) en Minister for Finance (1988-1991).
Albert Reynolds werd geboren in County Roscommon, en genoot zijn opleiding in aan het Summerhill College in County Sligo.
In 1997 stelde Reynolds zich kandidaat (op aandringen van Taoiseach Ahern) voor de Fianna Fáil nominatie voor het presidentschap, die vrij was gekomen nadat Mary Robinson haar ontslag indiende.
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 CAIN: Events: Peace Process - Brian Rowan. 'Going to the Edge' from 'Behind the Lines: The Story of the IRA and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Albert Reynolds was demonstrating his willingness to be decisive, his willingness to use the influence of his office to persuade the US administration that the 'risk' of granting a visa was worth taking and he was doing this in the knowledge that Britain was opposed to such a move.
Reynolds said it was clear that Sinn Féin and the IRA were in the final stages of their deliberations and he urged republicans to leave violence behind them and to make a definitive commitment to peace.
Reynolds said it was his judgement that the leadership of Sinn Féin was sincere in its commitment to the peace process, and he said in a new situation where violence had ceased for good he was confident that a process of inclusive negotiations, based on democratic principles, would lead to an agreed and peaceful Ireland.
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 Encyclopedia: Albert Reynolds
Image File history File links Albert Reynolds 8th Taoiseach of Ireland File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version.
Albert Reynolds (born November 3, 1932) was the eighth Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland from 1992 to 1994.
Reynolds was forced to go before D ireann and indicate that if he had known 'then' what he "knew now" about the incompetent handling of the case by the AG's office he would not have appointed Whelehan to the judicial post.
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 Albert Reynolds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A programme for government was finally agreed, almost a month after the general election, and Reynolds returned as Minister for Finance in a coalition government that he described as a "temporary little arrangement." The failure to get the Fianna Fáil candidate, Brian Lenihan, elected as President of Ireland added to the pressure on Haughey's leadership.
Reynolds was the most popular and his profile was enhanced by his so-called "Country and Western" gang of TDs who began to aggitate within the party on his behalf.
Albert Reynolds takes over as Minister for Foreign Affairs, Bertie Ahern takes over the Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht portfolio, Michael Woods takes over the Health portfolio, Máire Geoghegan-Quinn takes over the Equality and Law Reform portfoio, Michael Smith takes over the Education portfoio and Charlie McCreevy takes over the Enterprise and Employment portfolio.
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 Albert Reynolds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Reynolds was forced to go before Dáil Éireann andindicate that if he had known 'then' what he "knew now" about the incompetent handling of the case by the AG's office he wouldnot have appointed Whelehan to the judicial post.
Reynolds resignedas party leader and was replaced by his Minister for Finance, Bertie Ahern (Ahern became leader after Máire Geoghegan-Quinn withdrew from the leadership contest).
However Reynolds was humiliatingly beaten for thenomination by the Pro-Vice Chancellor of Queens University, Belfast, former Fianna Fáil general election Mary McAleese.
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 Charles Haughey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reynolds and his supporters were sacked from the government by Haughey, who went on to win the no confidence motion.
October 7, 1982: Charles Haughey and Albert Reynolds take on the Education and Trade, Commerce and Tourism portfolios until the new ministers are announced.
November 7, 1991: Albert Reynolds is dismissed from the Cabinet as Minister for Finance.
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 CAIN: Chronology of the Conflict 1994   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Albert Reynolds, then Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister), made a statement in the Daíl about the ceasefire: "This decision effectively signifies the end of twenty-five years of violence, and the closure of a tragic chapter in our history".
Albert Reynolds, then Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister), and his Fianna Fáil (FF) ministers were forced to resign ending the coalition Government of FF and the Labour Party (LP).
Albert Reynolds, then acting Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister), said that it was not a "sensible precondition" to require the Irish Republican Army (IRA) to had over weapons before the commencement of multilateral talks.
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 Serebella Contents Albert R. Broccoli---Albert Reynolds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It uses material from the Wiktionary page "Albert".
Albert Dock is located on Liverpool's waterfront adjacent to the Pier Head.
With the passing of their use as a functional item, Albert Chains are still used as jewlery, worn in any number of manners.
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 Anecdote - Albert Reynolds - Bus of the `80s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When Bombadier (Ireland) Ltd launched "the bus of the '80s" with great fanfare in November 1980, Irish Transport Minister Albert Reynolds was invited to drive the first vehicle out of the factory and embark upon a triumphant tour of Limerick.
Thanks to the mechanics (and a prayer from the Very Reverend Dean Emeritus M. Talbot), Reynolds was at last able to drive out of the factory en route to a reception at the Shamrock Hotel in Bunratty.
Unfortunately, halfway there the bus broke down and Reynolds and his party were obliged to complete the journey by car.
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 BBC Online - On The Record - Interviews
REYNOLDS: You've had that for a long time but you've never had the upsurge of support for peace from both sides of the-of the divide up in the the North of Ireland as you have now.
REYNOLDS: Well, I think the worst thing I could do would be to try and use the media or the airwaves or the television screens, for to try and do negotiations with anybody, or to lay down what people might believe would be the conditions under which this might stop or that might stop.
REYNOLDS: Well, to them I have to say that, in my opinion, that the violence and the division in the North of Ireland is holding back the fuller development of the island of Ireland in many, many ways.
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 Bertie Ahern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Haughey, Albert Reynolds and Ray MacSharry were all involved in negotiating with the trade unions and in getting a national economic agreement.
It is believed that Reynolds and Ahern struck a deal in which Ahern would withdraw from the contest and thus remain in the Cabinet, to succeed in a few years.
Former Taoiseach Reynolds, seen as having made significant contributions to the establishment of the Northern Ireland peace process, and former Foreign Minister Michael O'Kennedy both indicated interest in the nomination.
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 Albert Reynolds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Albert White (145) and Taylor Osborn (152) gave the Mustangs technical falls to cut...
This issue arose when Albert Reynolds, as taoiseach, lived in a Dublin apartment.
The company, which was formerly chaired by Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, also revealed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the US, that yet...
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 Reynolds, Albert on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was minister of posts and telegraphs and of transport (1979-81), of energy (1982), and of industry and commerce (1987-88) under Prime Minister Charles Haughey.
Albert Reynolds TD, Chairman of the Board to Her Royal Highness, Sheikha Salama Bint Sultan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Yeltsin had heart attack on day he 'snubbed' Albert Reynolds; STANDING ENGAGEMENT: Former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds (centre) and then Finance Minister Bertie Ahern (right) wait in vain at the foot of the steps for the...
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 Albert Reynolds Encyclopedia Article, Description, History and Biography @ GreatArtworks.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Reynolds succeeded MacSharry in the most important department in the government,a succession that was to have severe consequences.
The 27th Dáil met three times between December and January but a Taoiseach failed to be elected with a majority on all three occassions.
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 albert reynolds - Articles about albert reynolds
Bill Clinton and Irish PM Albert Reynolds addressed the people celebrating St. Patrick's Day and commented on the common aims of both countries......
Bill Clinton welcomed Ireland Prime Minister Albert Reynolds as a White House gueat and noted the shared values and heritage between the US and Ireland....
Filmmaker Albert Brooks states that he tries to create seriocomic entertainment and that he feels real success is being in control of the way his movies......
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 Holidayhound - Longford, Albert Reynolds; Roscommon, Dail, Taoiseach, Fianna Fail   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Reynolds climbed to the most powerful political post in the land gradually.
During his time in office, Albert Reynolds, side by side with then English Prime Minister John Major, brokered the first real hope for peace in the North; something for which all the people on this Island should be eternally grateful to him.
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 Encyclopedia: Charles J. Haughey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In November 1991 Albert Reynolds challenged Haughey for the position of Fianna Fáil leader.
Albert Reynolds became Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil leader.
Media reports in May 2003 suggested that Haughey, who had been diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer in 1995 had suffered a major sudden decline in health.
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 FLICKS INTERVIEW - Debbie Reynolds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Reynolds: Well, one of the things I did was recreate her home in my home.
Reynolds: I had the sets that meant so much to this character built -- right in my home, especially the kitchen, which was important both for her character and for your introduction to her when Albert comes to visit.
Reynolds: I quit the act while working on the character -- months before we started shooting.
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 albert reynolds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Reynolds has served as Minister for Posts & Telegraphs (1979-1981), Minister for Transport (1980-1981), Minister for Industry & Energy (1982), Minister for Industry & Commerce (1987-1988) and Minister for Finance (1988-1991).
He became the fifth leader of Fianna Fáil in 1992.
November, 1994 - The Labour members of the government leave their posts.
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 Dáil Éireann - Volume 318 - 11 March, 1980 - Written Answers. - Telephone Service.
Boland asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a new telephone service or an extension from his existing business number will be provided for an applicant (details supplied) in County Dublin.
Reynolds): Arrangements to provide an external extension within the next two months are already in train.
It is unlikely that the underground cabling works, on which provision of an exchange line is dependent, will be carried out before next year.
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 IrishExaminer.com: Ten years is a long time for politicians to stop talking dirty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1992, in the middle of a period of conflict, controversy and contention, an irritated Albert Reynolds described a point put to him as crap.
Eventually, Albert was persuaded to withdraw the term and indicate regret about any feelings its use might have ruffled, but he did so with the sulky resentment of a child forced to divvy up pocket money to mend a window broken by the child's brother.
Albert Reynolds must be wondering what changed so much, in the intervening decade, to allow a senator with a leading role in the Seanad to use precisely the term he had used and get away with it.
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 Albert Reynolds
He became a Minister under Charles Haughey, serving as Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (now called Communications), Minister for Industry and Commerce and Minister for Finance.
1992, a Fianna Fáil-Progressive Democrats coalition, which collapsed over comments made by Reynolds in the witness stand during the Hamilton Inquiry into the Beef Industry about PD leader and lonngtime critic of Reynolds, Desmond O'Malley, TD.
Reynolds resigned as party leader and was replaced by his Minister for Finance, Bertie Ahern.
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 Albert Reynolds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Reynolds, Albert, 1935–, Irish politician, prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1992–95).
As prime minister, Reynolds worked to promote a settlement in Northern Ireland.
In 1993 he and British prime minister John Major wrote the Downing Street Declaration, which led to a cease-fire in Northern Ireland.
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 Friends of Saddam: Albert Reynolds
Blog Irish noted the denials of former Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Mr Albert Reynolds (an associate of Mr.
Mr Reynolds said Mr Al Taher was active in Bula when he became chairman but was not engaged by it by the time he parted with the company."
"Mr Reynolds laughed off claims that Iraqi businessmen were used to finance anti-sanctions campaigns, according to documents alleged to have surfaced in Baghdad.
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 Albert Reynolds - Freepedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Albert Reynolds (Irish spelling Ailbhe Mac Raghnaill) (born November 3, 1932), was the eighth Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland, serving one term in office from 1992 until 1994.
He remained as Taoiseach until February 11 when Albert Reynolds easily defeated Mary O'Rourke and Michael Woods to become Taoiseach and fifth leader of Fianna Fáil.
Here you can find the list of authors of this article.
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