State asks Moriarty to defer final report

The state has asked the chairman of the Moriarty Tribunal to delay publishing his final report into the awarding of the state’s second mobile phone licence, until serving and retired civil servants can make a final oral submission to the tribunal.

12th March, 2011

The state has asked the chairman of the Moriarty Tribunal to delay publishing his final report into the awarding of the state’s second mobile phone licence, until serving and retired civil servants can make a final oral submission to the tribunal.

Lawyers for the Department of Communications are understood to have sought permission from Mr Justice Michael Moriarty to make a final public presentation on behalf of 17 civil servants who were involved...

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