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Máire Whelan formally appointed to Appeals Court despite growing controversy

  • Mon, 19 Jun 2017 19:35
Former Attorney General Maire Whelan has been appointed by President Michael D Higgins to the Court of Appeal despite the raging controversy over the “stroke” appointment, writes Political Editor Daniel McConnell. Ireland: BreakingNews.ie

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