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The Ministers’ response here does not tally with the experiences of the many families who have submitted their cases to the Internal Review Mechanism. After a full year of the minister is saying that they are recommending to go back to the Guards and GSOC for more reports. These are the people who did not investigate the cases in the first place. Its taken a full year to do nothing.
To ask the Minister for Justice and Equality further to Parliamentary Question No. 112 of 26 May 2015 the number of cases that were before the Internal Review Mechanism, where additional information was received or sought; her views in relation to the number of cases that have had their review concluded; and if she will make a statement on the matter.- Clare Daly
To ask the Minister for Justice and Equality her views on the Annual of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission’s report and whether she believes that sufficient progress has been made in the Commission’s ability to hold the Gardaí to account.
Another major interest bagged for one of Denis O’Brien’s companies. Clare questioned Minister Brendan Howlin about whether he is happy with the manner in which the contract for fuel cards for all public vehicles was awarded to Denis O’Brien’s Topaz. Seems like he reckons, as he did last October, when Mick Wallace questioned him about Siteserve, that we are “absolutely fundamentally and completely wrong to have any concerns”, do you agree?
To ask the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform the procurement policies invoked in the process of awarding the contract for fuel cards for staff of the Office of Public Works to a company (details supplied).