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Administrative Panel

The Administrative Panel (Irish: An Rolla Riaracháin) is one of five Vocational Panels which together elect 43 members of Seanad Éireann, the upper house of the Oireachtas (the legislature of Ireland). The Administrative panel elects 7 Senators, at least 3 of whom must come from the Oireachtas members' nominees and another three must come from the nominating bodies' nominees.


  • List of nominating bodies 1
  • Election results 2
    • 24th Seanad (2011) 2.1
    • 23rd Seanad (2007) 2.2
    • 22nd Seanad (2002) 2.3

List of nominating bodies

  • Association of Municipal Authorities of Ireland
  • Central Remedial Clinic
  • Enable Ireland Disability Services
  • General Council of County Councils
  • Irish Deaf Society
  • Irish Kidney Association
  • Irish Wheelchair Association
  • Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland
  • National Association for the Mentally Handicapped of Ireland
  • National Association of Building Co-operatives (NABCO)
  • People with Disabilities in Ireland

Election results

24th Seanad (2011)

Name Party
Martin Conway Fine Gael
Mark Daly Fianna Fáil
Michael W. D'Arcy Fine Gael
John Kelly Labour Party
Denis Landy Labour Party
Tom Sheahan Fine Gael
Diarmuid Wilson Fianna Fáil

23rd Seanad (2007)

Name Party
Mark Daly Fianna Fáil
Paschal Donohoe Fine Gael
Camillus Glynn Fianna Fáil
Tony Kett Fianna Fáil
Nicky McFadden Fine Gael
Brendan Ryan Labour Party
Diarmuid Wilson Fianna Fáil

22nd Seanad (2002)

Name Party
Timmy Dooley Fianna Fáil
Frank Feighan Fine Gael
Camillus Glynn Fianna Fáil
Tony Kett Fianna Fáil
Joe McHugh Fine Gael
Joanna Tuffy Labour Party
Diarmuid Wilson Fianna Fáil
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