|Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
26 November 2003
|Preceded by||Denis Haughey|
Patsy McGlone (born 8 July 1959) is an Irish politician from Ballinderry in Northern Ireland. He is a Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly for Mid Ulster, and former Deputy Leader of the SDLP (2010-11). He has been an MLA since 2003.
From 1993 to 2009, McGlone was also Councillor in Cookstown District Council. He was chairman of the council in 2002-03 and 2005-06. Patsy was a delegate at talks which led to Good Friday Agreement and was a delegate to Forum of Peace and Reconciliation in December 2002.
Membership of organisations
- Board Member of Foras na Gaeilge
- A member of the EU Structural Funds Monitoring Committee for Northern Ireland
- Board Member of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive
- Member of the Northern Ireland Housing Council
- Member of the Irish Central Border Area Network (ICBAN)
- Vice Chairman of Loughshore Foot and Mouth Support Group.
He was a candidate for the leadership of the SDLP in 2011, after announcing in July that he would stand against party leader Margaret Ritchie.
|Party political offices|
|General Secretary of the Social Democratic and Labour Party
|Deputy Leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party
|Northern Ireland Assembly|
|MLA for Mid-Ulster
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