Banking Inquiry chairman appeals to Taoiseach not to hold election until 2016

The Chairman of the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry has appealed to the Taoiseach to wait until 2016 to call a general election so the inquiry will have time to conclude its work

8th October, 2015

The Chairman of the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry has appealed to the Taoiseach to wait until 2016 to call a general election so the inquiry will have time to conclude its work.

Speaking on RTE Radio One, Ciarán Lynch said the inquiry is due to publish its final report in mid to late January.

If an election is called this year, the Labour TD said that the inquiry will not be able to issue recommendations.

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