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Taoiseach

in the Republic of Ireland, the Prime Minister and head of government appointed by the President on the nomination of DAIL EIREANN.
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The family took centre stage at the state funeral where Taoiseach Enda Kenny and President Michael D Higgins joined former taoisigh Liam Cosgrave, John Bruton, Bertie Ahern and Brian Cowen.
12 ALL taoisigh as well as Government ministers receive their seal of office from the President at Aras an Uachtarain as do judges, the attorney general, the comptroller and auditor general, and senior commissioned officers of the Defence Forces.
Patrick's Day in the United States, inaugurating a pattern that many later Taoisigh have followed.
Former Taoisigh John Bruton and Garrett Fitzgerald would now seem to be up for a new line of work.
That trip was two-anda-half years in the offing and the US President has been invited here on a number of occasions by Taoisigh Leo Varadkar and Enda Kenny.
The most expensive year was in 2008 when a whopping EUR200,192 was spent on the bills of 238 phones - which include people in the Government Press office, the Taoiseach's private office and former Taoisigh.
The Department of Finance last year detailed the retirement pots splurge for 2016 and showed the biggest annual ners winners are the former Fianna Fail taoisigh Bertie Ahern and Brian Cowen.
Brian Cowen will also go down in history as probably one of the most unpopular Taoisigh this country has ever seen.
Taoisigh Bertie Ahern and Enda Kenny also give their own insights on the Nobel Peace Prize winner's vital role as one of the key agents of transformation in Northern Ireland.
Mr Ahern was one of three former taoisigh speaking at a special Brexit conference organised by the Institute of International and European Affairs in the historic Round Room of Dublin's Mansion House yesterday.