Brennan declines 'unfair' PAC request

A former chairman of the DDDA has declined to appear at the same Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee as figures such as Sean FitzPatrick and Lar Bradshaw.

1st June, 2013

A former chairman of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) has declined to appear at the same Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee (PAC) as figures such as Sean FitzPatrick and Lar Bradshaw who were involved in purchasing the ill-fated Glass Bottle site in 2006.

Professor Niamh Brennan described as "most unfair" the PAC's invitation to her to attend the same committee to discuss the acquisition since it preceded her term as chairman.

The PAC committee, chaired by...

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