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AKTUELLER BÜRGERMEISTER

Alison Gilliland

Lord Mayor

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EX-BÜRGERMEISTER

Hazel Chu

Hazel Chu is the 352nd Lord Mayor of Dublin. She was elected at the Annual Meeting of Dublin City Council in Round Room at the Mansion House on the evening of 29 June. This makes her the 9th female Lord Mayor and the first born to migrant parents.

Hazel Chu was born and currently lives in Dublin. She was born in a working-class family, her parents having migrated to Ireland from Hong Kong in the 1970s. Hazel was...

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EX-BÜRGERMEISTER

Tom Brabazon

Fianna Fáil Councillor Tom Brabazon was elected the 351stLord Mayor of Dublin at a Special Meeting of Dublin City Council on 24 February. The position of Lord Mayor was left vacant following the election of Paul Mc Auliffe to the Dáil (Parliament).

Cllr Brabazon was first co-opted onto Dublin City Council in 2003 and has served as Deputy Lord Mayor since June 2019. He represents the Donaghmede Local...

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EX-BÜRGERMEISTER

Paul McAuliffe

Councillor Paul McAuliffe was elected Lord Mayor of Dublin at the Annual Meeting of Dublin City Council held on Friday 7th June 2019. He was first elected to Dublin City Council in 2009 to represent the people of Finglas, Glasnevin, Ballymun and Santry and was re-elected in 2014 and 2019.

Born and raised in Finglas, he was educated at De La Salle Primary School, Beneavin College Secondary School and the National College of...

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EX-BÜRGERMEISTER

Nial Ring

Cllr Nial Ring was elected Lord Mayor of Dublin on Monday, 25th June 2018. He is the first citizen of Dublin and is the 349th Lord Mayor of the city.

He serves on a number of committees including the Central Area Committee and Joint Policing Committee, Finance Strategic Policy Committee, Audit Committee, the Moore Street Advisory Committee, Parnell Square Special Committee, Special Committee on Fire/Ambulance Services...

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EX-BÜRGERMEISTER

Mícheál MacDonncha

Mayor of Dublin is Mícheál MacDonncha. From 1990 to 1996 he has worked as an editor of a Sinn Fein Party magazine. Later, he worked as a political advisor. From 2011 to 2014 he worked in the Finance Committee of the City Council. In 2017 he was elected mayor of the capital. He reports that the highest priority in his development program will be the construction of homes on land owned by the Dublin City Council. Changes are also envisaged in the conditions for buying a home....