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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 100. Chapters: Bertie Ahern, Brian Cowen, Brian Lenihan, Jnr, Mary Coughlan, Enda Kenny, Micheál Martin, Mary Harney, John O'Donoghue, Eamon Gilmore, Dermot Ahern, Ruairi Quinn, George Lee, Martin Cullen, Michael Noonan, Willie O'Dea, Batt O'Keeffe, John Gormley, Noel Dempsey, Mary Hanafin, Mary O'Rourke, Seán Barrett, Frank Fahey, Michael Woods, Michael Lowry, Éamon Ó Cuív, Richard Bruton, Brendan Howlin, Pat Rabbitte, Jim McDaid, Pat the Cope Gallagher, Beverley Flynn, Jimmy Deenihan, Rory O'Hanlon, Michael D. Higgins, Séamus Brennan, Jan O'Sullivan, Paul Gogarty, Conor Lenihan, Cyprian Brady, Jackie Healy-Rae, Ciarán Cuffe, Simon Coveney, Dick Roche, Tony Gregory, Pat Carey, John Browne, Martin Mansergh, Noel Treacy, Pearse Doherty, Alan Shatter, Tony Killeen, Trevor Sargent, Brendan Smith, Finian McGrath, Joan Burton, Barry Andrews, Michael P. Kitt, Aengus Ó Snodaigh, Brian Hayes, John J. McGuinness, Mattie McGrath, Eamon Ryan, Noel Ahern, Leo Varadkar, Joe McHugh, Tom Kitt, Liz McManus, Emmet Stagg, Mary Wallace, Phil Hogan, Jimmy Devins, Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, Martin Ferris, Niall Blaney, Ned O'Keeffe, Séamus Kirk, Arthur Morgan, Bernard Allen, Mary White, Seán Sherlock, Michael Ahern, Lucinda Creighton, P. J. Sheehan, Seán Power, Dinny McGinley, Noel Grealish, Olwyn Enright, Denis Naughten, Seán Connick, Brian O'Shea, Bernard Durkan, Pádraic McCormack, Seán Haughey, Joe Behan, Chris Andrews, Kathleen Lynch, John Deasy, Michael Creed, Billy Kelleher, John Curran, Christy O'Sullivan, Paul Connaughton, Snr, Ulick Burke, Michael Finneran, Tommy Broughan, Dara Calleary, Joe Costello, Peter Power, M. J. Nolan, Brendan Kenneally, Damien English, John Perry, Jim O'Keeffe, Deirdre Clune, Michael Ring, Willie Penrose, Áine Brady, Noel O'Flynn, Paul Kehoe, Fergus O'Dowd, Pat Breen, John O'Mahony, Thomas Byrne, Róisín Shortall, Michael W. D'Arcy, Eamon Scanlon, Dan Neville, Johnny Brady, Darragh O'Brien, Olivia Mitchell, Shane McEntee, Michael Mulcahy, Billy Timmins, Máire Hoctor, James Reilly, Seán Ó Fearghaíl, Kieran O'Donnell, Charles Flanagan, Maureen O'Sullivan, Seán Ardagh, James Bannon, John Moloney, Joanna Tuffy, Tom Hayes, David Stanton, Michael Moynihan, Niall Collins, Ciarán Lynch, Peter Kelly, Mary Upton, Bobby Aylward, Noel Coonan, Terence Flanagan, Michael Fitzpatrick, Charlie O'Connor, Catherine Byrne, Frank Feighan, Seymour Crawford, John Cregan, Jack Wall, Tom Sheahan, Joe Carey, Andrew Doyle, Michael Kennedy, Seán Fleming, Timmy Dooley, Margaret Conlon, Tom McEllistrim, Michael McGrath. Excerpt: Patrick Bartholomew "Bertie" Ahern (born 12 September 1951) is a former Irish politician who served as Taoiseach of Ireland from 26 June 1997 to 7 May 2008. Ahern served as a Teachta Dála (TD) from 1977 to 2011 and he represented the constituency of Dublin Central. Before he became Taoiseach, he served in the governments of Charles Haughey and Albert Reynolds as Minister for Labour (1987-91) and Minister for Finance (1991-94). He also served briefly as Tánaiste after the break-up of Albert Reynolds' coalition government. In 1994, Ahern was elected sixth leader of Fianna Fáil. Under Ahern's leadership Fianna Fáil led three coalition governments. After Éamon de Valera, Bertie Ahern's term as Taoiseach is the second longest. Ahern resigned as Taoiseach on 6 May 2008 and was succeeded by the then Minister for Finance Brian Cowen. Ahern was born in Drumcondra, Dublin. This is an area within the Dublin Central con...