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Martina Anderson

Former Sinn Féin MLA for Foyle

@M_AndersonSF

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  • Northern Ireland Assembly: First Minister and deputy First Minister: Integrated Education 29 May 2012

    I think that I have been quite clear that the First Minister and the deputy First Minister, through the commitment in the Programme for Government, are working towards a shared system. Whilst all of us would like to see more integrated education, I would not like to think that the UUP is at all suggesting that the Catholic education sector or the Irish-medium sector should be abolished....
  • Northern Ireland Assembly: First Minister and deputy First Minister: Executive: Legislative Programme 29 May 2012

    With your permission, Mr Speaker, I will answer questions 5 and 7 together. Members will be aware that six Bills have been introduced in the Assembly during this mandate. Subject to Executive agreement, the potential exists for the introduction of a further nine Bills before the summer recess. The Programme for Government highlights a number of areas in which Ministers intend to propose...
  • Northern Ireland Assembly: First Minister and deputy First Minister: Executive: Legislative Programme 29 May 2012

    There were 65 Bills introduced in the previous term, and all but one were passed. If we were to compare that with the situation in 2002-09, we would find that only 34 Bills were passed then. In the previous term, the Executive also provided assistance to John McCallister and Daithí McKay for their private Member’s Bills. So, the successful passage of 65 Bills during the previous mandate...

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Former Sinn Féin MLA for Foyle

Entered the Assembly on 9 March 2007 — election

Left the Assembly on 13 June 2012 — Resigned

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