Only independent inquiry can restore confidence and end confusion in GSOC bugging row – Kirk

Political committee doesn’t have technical expertise needed to get answers Louth Fianna Fáil TD Seamus Kirk has said that only a full independent inquiry into the allegations of covert surveillance on the Garda Ombudsman can end the confusion on the issue and restore public confidence.  Deputy Kirk is member of the Committee on Public Service Oversight and Petitions. …

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Fianna Fáil Publishes Bill to Extend Scope of GSOC

Fianna Fáil Publishes Bill to Extend Scope of GSOC Bill an opportunity to restore public confidence in oversight Fianna Fáil has today published a Bill to extend the scope and powers of the Garda Siochána Oversight Commission.  Following a series of recent controversies, Fianna Fáil have argued that GSOC needs to be strengthened in order …

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Revenue Commissioners to appear before PAC

Five chapters relating to the Revenue Commissioners from the 2012 C&AG Annual Reports and the 2012 Revenue Commissioners Vote Accounts will be on the agenda of the Committee of Public Accounts when it meets with Josephine Feehily, Chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, tomorrow, Thursday, 20th February 2014 . Chairman of the Committee John McGuinness said: …

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Reilly’s lack of detail casts shadow over future of North West maternity services – Mac Sharry

Reilly’s lack of detail casts shadow over future of North West maternity services – Mac Sharry Questions remain about review currently underway Fianna Fáil Seanad Spokesperson on Health Marc Mac Sharry has said there are serious questions that must be addressed in relation to the review into the maternity services in the North West.   …

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