Friday 26 May 2017

James Downey: The best way to proceed is hold trials first then have bank probe

Previous tribunals lasted for years, and cost a fortune.
Previous tribunals lasted for years, and cost a fortune.
James Downey

James Downey

THE Government is in danger of making a complete hash of the banking inquiry before it begins.

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin will next week bring a memorandum to the Cabinet on the structure of the inquiry. It seems the memorandum will not propose a referendum which would empower the members to make findings adverse to named individuals.

Think about it.

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