Saturday July 4, 2020

Larkin appointment highlights need for change

Funny the way the main opposition parties have pretty much kept quiet about the appointment of Celia Larkin to the board of the new National Consumer Agency.

23rd July, 2005

Funny the way the main opposition parties have pretty much kept quiet about the appointment of Celia Larkin to the board of the new National Consumer Agency. Or maybe not. All the political parties have a long history of stuffing their supporters onto state boards over the years.

Hence they kept their heads down during the controversy, leaving the Green Party to take the lead in questioning Larkin's appointment. Appointments to state boards are seen...

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