Retired judge who headed Rio inquiry was paid nearly €55,000 for work
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport had initially refused to release details of how much Carroll Moran was paid
The retired judge who investigated the Rio Olympics ticket touting controversy was paid nearly €55,000 for his work, new figures show.
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport had initially refused to release details of how much Carroll Moran was paid to conduct a non-statutory inquiry which took nearly a year to complete despite a government commitment to have it done within 12 weeks.
However, following The Sunday Business Post’s appeal of the original Freedom of...
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