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NAMA vs OCEI costs via Twitter

Following the judgment on NAMA issued last week, Sinn Fein TD Pearse Doherty asked the Taoiseach not to pursue a Supreme Court appeal, as it would be a waste of taxpayers’ money. Just afterwards we wondered how much the case had cost and since NAMA/NTMA are not subject to FOI, we did what anyone would do in this situation, we put in a request for a Parliamentary Question instead, via Twitter:

Doherty agreed to ask the question, and last night we got the response, again via Twitter.

We’re not sure if this is a first, but it’s a nice open way to get information.

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  1. Jules says

    Nice work

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  1. NAMA -vs- TheStory.ie – The Story linked to this post on May 26, 2013

    […] point have been footed by both parties – NAMA on one side and the Commissioner on the other (now at €121,350 and rising). Since we are not a notice party to the case we are not exposed to costs. Indeed when […]



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