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Siptu to review governance after slush fund report

Siptu, the country’s largest union, has been forced to review the governance and ‘‘entire administration’’ of the organisation, after an internal report showed that two officials had operated an account which received €4.4million in funding over a pe

26th March, 2011

Siptu, the country’s largest union, has been forced to review the governance and ‘‘entire administration’’ of the organisation, after an internal report showed that two officials had operated an account which received €4.4million in funding over a period of nine years without the knowledge of any other senior officials in the union.

The National Health and Local Authority Levy Fund, described last year at the Dáil’s Public Accounts...

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