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Renua’s ethics officer quits over Ganley loan

Karl Deeter resigned over money given to party in run-up to general election

3rd July, 2016
Businessman Declan Ganley

Renua’s ethics officer resigned after he encountered obstacles when attempting to investigate a loan to the party from businessman Declan Ganley.

Karl Deeter resigned last month over delays in examining the circumstances surrounding a loan, understood to be for tens of thousands of euro, that Ganley gave to the party in the run-up to last February’s general election.

The loan was received shortly before a series of advertisements appeared in national...

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