Thursday June 4, 2020

Moriarty Tribunal still racking up bills 22 years later

9th June, 2019

Legacy costs from the Moriarty Tribunal are still live, details given in answer to questions from The Sunday Business Post have disclosed.

For the past 12-month period, legal costs of close to €400,000 were paid out, according to the Department of the Taoiseach, which oversees them.

Retired judge Michael Moriarty and a small team continue to work on outstanding issues related to the tribunal, which inquired into payments to politicians. It began in 1997 and...

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