Patrick Bartholomew "Bertie" Ahern (Irish: Pádraig Parthalán Ó hEachthairn; born 12 September 1951, Dublin) is a former Taoiseach of Ireland leader of Fianna Fáil, the Irish Republic's largest political party. He oversaw the largest economic expansion in Irish history and was important in making the Good Friday Agreement.
26 June 1997 – 7 May 2008
|Preceded by||John Bruton|
|Succeeded by||Brian Cowen|
|Assumed office |
16 June 1977
Dublin Finglas (1977–1981)
|Born||12 September 1951|
|Political party||Fianna Fáil|
|Spouse(s)||Miriam Kelly (Separated in 1992)|
|Children||Georgina and Cecelia|
|Alma mater||Dublin Institute of Technology|
|Profession||Accounts clerk, subsequently full time public representative.|
|Website||The Office of Bertie Ahern|
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