Lots included commercial premises and lands at Ballymote.
Sligo News File Online.
Properties owned by former minister of state, John Perry failed to attract bidders at auction.
Lots on offer included a commercial property at Teeling Street, Ballymote, and forestry lands at Clooncoose.
No bids were reported to have been made when the properties came up for sale by auction by Dublin-based auctioneers GW2.
Perry (58) of Carrownanty, has been Fine Gael TD for Sligo-Leitrim since 1997. He was previously a member of Sligo County Council from 1994 to 2004.
He was dropped as minister of state for small businesses in the ministerial reshuffle a few months ago, in July 2014.
In 2013, Perry and his wife consented to a judgement of €2.4 million against them at the Commercial Court over unpaid loans to Danske Bank.
A few years ago, he became embroiled in an exchange with Ocean FM when he abruptly hung up the phone while being questioned during an interview about the return of cancer services to Sligo. He told a local newspaper he wasn’t answerable to the media. He promised, during the 2011 election campaign, that all breast cancer services would be restored to Sligo General Hospital within 100 days of Fine Gael getting into office.
Since the removal of the services, patients have to travel to Galway for breast surgery.
Perry served as vice-chairman of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communications and Natural Resources from September 2002 to October 2004, and was also chairman of the Public Accounts Committee. He was appointed minister of state for small business in March 2011. The office has been abolished.