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Controversy surrounding nomination of outgoing Attorney General to Court of Appeal is intensifying

The controversy surrounding the nomination of outgoing Attorney General Máire Whelan to the Court of Appeal is intensifying,

The Taoiseach and his Transport Minister appear at odds over the issue, with Leo Varadkar insisting correct procedures were followed and Shane Ross calling for a review.

Fianna Fáil has described the appointment as an example of "stroke politics"

Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan says there are serious questions for the Government to answer. 


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