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John (Jack) Mary Lynch (irisch: Seán Ó Loingsigh; * 15. August 1917 in Cork; † 20. Oktober 1999 in Dublin) war ein irischer Politiker und zweimaliger Taoiseach (Premierminister). جاك لينش (بالإنجليزية: Jack Lynch) (و. 1917 – 1999 م) هو سياسي، ولاعب كرة القدم الغالية من جمهورية أيرلندا ولد في كورك. John Mary "Jack" Lynch (15 August 1917 – 20 October 1999) was the Taoiseach of Ireland, serving two terms in office; from 1966 to 1973 and 1977 to 1979. Lynch was first elected to Dáil Éireann as a Teachta Dála (TD) for Cork in 1948, and was re-elected at each general election until his retirement in 1981. He previously served as Minister for Finance (1965–1966), Minister for Industry and Commerce (1959–1965), Minister for Education (1957–1959), Minister for the Gaeltacht (1957) and as a Parliamentary Secretary. He was the third leader of Fianna Fáil from 1966 until 1979, succeeding the hugely influential Seán Lemass. Lynch was the last Fianna Fáil leader to secure (in 1977) an overall majority in the Dáil. Historian and journalist T. Ryle Dwyer has called him "the most popular Irish polit John Mary Lynch (Cork, 15 de Agosto de 1917 - Dublin, 20 de Outubro de 1999) foi um político irlandês. Filiado no Fianna Fail e membro do Parlamento (1948-1951), ocupou os Ministérios da Educação (1957-1959)), da Indústria e Comércio (1959-1965) e das Finanças (1965-1966). Foi primeiro-ministro em 1966-1973 e 1977-1979. Jack Lynch, właśc. John Mary Lynch (irl. Seán Ó Loinsigh (ur. 15 sierpnia 1917, zm. 20 października 1999) - irlandzki polityk, czwarta osoba na stanowisku szefa rządu (taoiseach) Irlandii. Pełnił tę funkcję 2 razy: w latach 1966-1973 i 1977-1979. Był również znanym zawodnikiem uprawiającym dwie dyscypliny: hurling i futbol gaelicki. Jack Lynch urodził się na przedmieściach miasta Cork, uczył się w North Monster School, UCC oraz Kings Inns. Lynch era un esponente del Fianna Fáil. È stato a capo del governo dal 10 novembre 1966 al 14 marzo 1973 e poi nuovamente dal 5 luglio 1977 all'11 dicembre 1979. È stato durante il suo mandato che l'Irlanda è diventata uno stato membro delle Comunità europee. Джон Мэри «Джек» Линч (англ. John Mary "Jack" Lynch; 15 августа 1917, Корк, Ирландское Свободное государство — 20 октября 1999, Дублин, Ирландия) — ирландский государственный деятель, премьер-министр (1966—1973, 1977—1979). John Mary "Jack" Lynch (en irlandés Seán Ó Loinsigh, Shandon, 15 de agosto de 1917 - Dublín, 20 de octubre de 1999) fue el cuarto Taoiseach (jefe de gobierno) de Irlanda, disfrutando de dos mandatos en el cargo, de 1966 a 1973 y de 1977 a 1979. 傑克·林奇(Jack Lynch),(1917年8月15日- 1999年10月20日),愛爾蘭政治家,愛爾蘭共和黨領袖,曾担任过愛爾蘭財政部部長(1965年至1966年),工商部長(1959年至1965年),教育部長(1957年至1959年),愛爾蘭語部長(1957)和議會秘書長,也擔任過愛爾蘭總理。 John (Jack) Mary Lynch (en Irlandais Seán Ó Loingsigh), né le 15 août 1917 à Cork et décédé le 20 octobre 1999, était un homme politique irlandais. Il a été le quatrième Premier Ministre de l’État d’Irlande. Il a exercé cette fonction en deux temps de 1966 à 1973 et de 1977 à 1979.
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John (Jack) Mary Lynch (en Irlandais Seán Ó Loingsigh), né le 15 août 1917 à Cork et décédé le 20 octobre 1999, était un homme politique irlandais. Il a été le quatrième Premier Ministre de l’État d’Irlande. Il a exercé cette fonction en deux temps de 1966 à 1973 et de 1977 à 1979. Lynch a été élu la première fois comme député au Dáil Éireann pour la ville de Cork en 1948 et a été réélu sans discontinuer jusqu’à son retrait de la vie politique en 1981. Il a été Ministre des Finances (1965-1966), Ministre de l’Industrie et du Commerce (1959-1965), Ministre de l’éducation (1957-1959) et Ministre du Gaeltacht (Affaires Irlandaises) en 1957. Il a été le troisième leader du Fianna Fáil, succédant en 1966 à Seán Lemass et cédant sa place seulement en 1979. Avant d’entamer sa carrière politique, Jack Lynch a aussi été un sportif accompli : il a gagné le championnat d’Irlande tant en hurling qu’en football gaélique entre 1936 et 1946. Il est considéré par ses pairs comme un des plus grands joueurs de ces deux sports gaéliques. Son palmarès est éloquent : en près de 15 ans, il a remporté en hurling, cinq All-Ireland, sept titres de champion du Munster, trois National League et sept Railway Cup. En football gaélique, un All-Ireland, deux titres de champion du Munster et une Railway Cup. Lynch a été plus tard nommé dans l’équipe du siècle de hurling puis dans l’équipe du Millénaire de hurling. John Mary "Jack" Lynch (15 August 1917 – 20 October 1999) was the Taoiseach of Ireland, serving two terms in office; from 1966 to 1973 and 1977 to 1979. Lynch was first elected to Dáil Éireann as a Teachta Dála (TD) for Cork in 1948, and was re-elected at each general election until his retirement in 1981. He previously served as Minister for Finance (1965–1966), Minister for Industry and Commerce (1959–1965), Minister for Education (1957–1959), Minister for the Gaeltacht (1957) and as a Parliamentary Secretary. He was the third leader of Fianna Fáil from 1966 until 1979, succeeding the hugely influential Seán Lemass. Lynch was the last Fianna Fáil leader to secure (in 1977) an overall majority in the Dáil. Historian and journalist T. Ryle Dwyer has called him "the most popular Irish politician since Daniel O'Connell." Before his political career Lynch had a successful sporting career as a dual player of Gaelic games. He played hurling with his local club Glen Rovers and with the Cork senior inter-county team from 1936 until 1950. Lynch also played Gaelic football with his local club St Nicholas' and with the Cork senior inter-county team from 1936 until 1946. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest dual players of all-time. In a senior inter-county hurling career that lasted for fourteen years he won five All-Ireland titles, seven Munster titles, three National Hurling League titles and seven Railway Cup titles. In a senior inter-county football career that lasted for ten years Lynch won one All-Ireland title, two Munster titles and one Railway Cup title. Lynch was later named at midfield on the Hurling Team of the Century and the Hurling Team of the Millennium. Jack Lynch, właśc. John Mary Lynch (irl. Seán Ó Loinsigh (ur. 15 sierpnia 1917, zm. 20 października 1999) - irlandzki polityk, czwarta osoba na stanowisku szefa rządu (taoiseach) Irlandii. Pełnił tę funkcję 2 razy: w latach 1966-1973 i 1977-1979. Był również znanym zawodnikiem uprawiającym dwie dyscypliny: hurling i futbol gaelicki. Jack Lynch urodził się na przedmieściach miasta Cork, uczył się w North Monster School, UCC oraz Kings Inns. جاك لينش (بالإنجليزية: Jack Lynch) (و. 1917 – 1999 م) هو سياسي، ولاعب كرة القدم الغالية من جمهورية أيرلندا ولد في كورك. Джон Мэри «Джек» Линч (англ. John Mary "Jack" Lynch; 15 августа 1917, Корк, Ирландское Свободное государство — 20 октября 1999, Дублин, Ирландия) — ирландский государственный деятель, премьер-министр (1966—1973, 1977—1979). John Mary Lynch (Cork, 15 de Agosto de 1917 - Dublin, 20 de Outubro de 1999) foi um político irlandês. Filiado no Fianna Fail e membro do Parlamento (1948-1951), ocupou os Ministérios da Educação (1957-1959)), da Indústria e Comércio (1959-1965) e das Finanças (1965-1966). Foi primeiro-ministro em 1966-1973 e 1977-1979. John Mary "Jack" Lynch (en irlandés Seán Ó Loinsigh, Shandon, 15 de agosto de 1917 - Dublín, 20 de octubre de 1999) fue el cuarto Taoiseach (jefe de gobierno) de Irlanda, disfrutando de dos mandatos en el cargo, de 1966 a 1973 y de 1977 a 1979. Lynch fue elegido por primera vez como diputado (Teachta Dála) en la Dáil Éireann (cámara baja irlandesa) por el condado de Cork, en 1948, siendo reelegido hasta su jubilación en 1981. Durante su carrera fue cuatro veces ministro, de Hacienda (1965-1966), Industria y Comercio (1959-1965), Educación (1957-1959), y Ministro para la Gaeltacht (zonas de habla gaélica, 1957). Lynch fue el tercer líder de Fianna Fáil, desde 1966 hasta 1979, sucediendo en el cargo al enormemente influyente Sean Lemass. Fue el último líder de Fianna Fáil que obtuvo una mayoría absoluta en la Cámara de Representantes, en 1977. Antes de su carrera política Lynch tuvo un gran éxito deportivo, en una doble carrera (dual player) como practicante de los denominados "deportes gaélicos". Jugó al hurling con su club local, los Glen Rovers y con el equipo del condado de Cork de 1936 hasta 1950. También jugó al fútbol gaélico con su club local (St Nicholas) y con el equipo del condado de 1936 hasta 1946. Es considerado como uno de los mejores dual players de la historia. Ganó cinco campeonatos de Irlanda de hurling (All-Ireland) y cuatro ligas nacionales, así como un campeonato de Irlanda de fútbol gaélico. Lynch era un esponente del Fianna Fáil. È stato a capo del governo dal 10 novembre 1966 al 14 marzo 1973 e poi nuovamente dal 5 luglio 1977 all'11 dicembre 1979. È stato durante il suo mandato che l'Irlanda è diventata uno stato membro delle Comunità europee. John (Jack) Mary Lynch (irisch: Seán Ó Loingsigh; * 15. August 1917 in Cork; † 20. Oktober 1999 in Dublin) war ein irischer Politiker und zweimaliger Taoiseach (Premierminister). 傑克·林奇(Jack Lynch),(1917年8月15日- 1999年10月20日),愛爾蘭政治家,愛爾蘭共和黨領袖,曾担任过愛爾蘭財政部部長(1965年至1966年),工商部長(1959年至1965年),教育部長(1957年至1959年),愛爾蘭語部長(1957)和議會秘書長,也擔任過愛爾蘭總理。
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