Shatter to scrap consent for codes
The Minister for Justice is considering scrapping the requirement in new legislation for ministerial consent for codes of practice for the legal professions.
The Minister for Justice is considering scrapping the requirement in new legislation for ministerial consent for codes of practice for the legal professions. Alan Shatter told Dublin South Fine Gael TD Peter Mathews there was "no hidden agenda in relation to ministerial functions or appointments" in the Legal Services Regulation Bill, and he remained "happy to invite any constructive suggestions that might enhance the bill's regulatory framework".
He said that he was "already considering some...
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