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Executive of the 4th Northern Ireland Assembly

Executive of the 4th Northern Ireland Assembly
3rd Executive of Northern Ireland
Date formed 16 May 2011
People and organisations
Head of government Peter Robinson (2011–15, Oct. 2015-)
Arlene Foster (Sep.–Oct. 2015
Deputy head of government Martin McGuinness (May–Sep. 2011; Oct. 2011–)
John O'Dowd (Sep.–Oct. 2011)
Head of state Elizabeth II
Number of ministers 11
Member party DUP
Sinn Féin
Status in legislature Power–Sharing Coalition
Election(s) 2011 assembly election
Legislature term(s) 4th Assembly
Previous 2nd Executive of Northern Ireland

The Third Executive (16 May 2011–) is under the terms of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 a power-sharing coalition.

Following the 5 May 2011 elections to the fourth Northern Ireland Assembly the Democratic Unionist Party

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