The state inquiry into the Rio Olympics ticket scandal has admitted it is facing major obstacles because key players are prevented from cooperating with it because of fear of self-incrimination.
The non-statutory inquiry set up by the Minister for Sport Shane Ross has circulated a draft report in recent weeks to various parties and is due to send this to government this month.
In its draft report, the inquiry says it has faced major obstacles...
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