Olympic inquiry looking for submissions from the public who had 'experience applying for tickets'
Published 11/11/2016 | 13:55
The Moran Inquiry, which is investigating the distribution and sale of tickets for the 2016 Olympics, is inviting submissions from people who applied for tickets for the Rio games.
The inquiry, which was established by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport and the Minister of State with responsibility for Tourism and Sport, is calling on people who wish to make a statement to do so before November 30.
Submissions can be made by post to Moran Inquiry c/o The Property Registration Authority, The Four Courts, Dublin 7 D07 T652, or by email to email@example.com.
The non-statutory inquiry will be led by retired judge Carroll Moran and will investigate how the Olympic Council of Ireland handled ticket allocations and accreditation for the Rio Olympics.