Moriarty under pressure to seek new evidence

The Moriarty Tribunal is under pressure to recall up to 17 civil servants to give new evidence into the awarding of the state’s second mobile phone licence 15 years ago.

17th April, 2010

The Moriarty Tribunal is under pressure to recall up to 17 civil servants to give new evidence into the awarding of the state’s second mobile phone licence 15 years ago.

If the tribunal accedes to the pressure from the government, it would extend the work of the tribunal - which has already run for 13 years - into the foreseeable future.

The pressure on the tribunal comes after Michael Andersen, a Danish telecoms consultant who was...

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