Ethics watchdog seeks first ever prosecution

Ethics watchdog seeks first ever prosecution
Longford Chamber’s secretary Fintan McGill

Longford Chamber of Commerce before courts over failure to file returns on time, but LCC secretary insists it is ‘a very venial sin’

The state’s ethics watchdog is pursuing its first ever prosecution in the courts under new anti-corruption laws.

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