Delay, Delay, Delay

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January 9, 2015

Then Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr James Reilly (centre) with Michelle Shannon (left) from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and Elizabeth Canavan, then Acting Secretary General Department of Children and Youth Affairs at the publication of the Terms of Reference for the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes and Certain Related Matters, to examine the records of and practices at 14 Mother and Baby Homes as well as four county homes….

March 3, 2017

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone (centre) and Assistant Principal, Department of children & Youth Affairs James Gibbs (left),  and Secretary General, Department of Children & Youth Affairs Fergal Lynch announcing a one-year extension to  the Mother and Baby Homes Commission….

January 9, 2019

‘The Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation is to seek an extension of one year before publishing its final report, which was due next month. The Irish Times understands the request has gone to the Government and is expected to be discussed by the Cabinet next week.’

Mother and baby homes commission seeks extension to finish report (Irish Times)

Rollingnews

9 thoughts on “Delay, Delay, Delay

  1. postmanpat

    A brand new day! The systems works. I might have to change my mind about it all being bulls–t and start exercising my vote next election cycle . I never bothered before but now I know If the right person is voted in then society will get a fair deal and not be influenced by religious institutions and /or market forces! . Long may it continue. Go democracy!! It exist!! its real!!! Its a huge relief ,I was getting too cynical.

  2. Eoin

    The IBRC inquiry has been extended five times and its future is in question.
    The Nama inquiry has been extended twice and will now report in June 2019, just months before Nama closes.
    And now the Mother and Baby inquiry seeks a one year extension.

    The lawyers are loving it! Ker-ching!

    But for the rest of us, government by commission of investigation is not working.

    1. GiggidyGoo

      Not to mention the Moriarty Report sitting on Taoiseach Enda Kennys desk. Did I say Enda Kenny? Oh yeah it was him, and still there on the now Taoiseach Vacron’s desk.

  3. Ron

    kick the can down the road. The report will never be published in the lifetime of this Government. The Irish people being played like fools.

  4. postmanpat

    Id say half of it is caused by the church dragging it’s heels when it comes to handing over records, saying they have them and then saying they don’t at the last second and the government falling for it again and again. ect. The other half , is your straight forward old fashioned overpaid lazy hack ministers. But…. lets place the entire blame on the government anyway. God forbid a photo of the sniveling lying Vatican liaison cleric be included in the sorry photos above. See you all you mindless culcies in mass on sunday!

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