venerdì 10 agosto 2018

Vatican fears over redress costs drove Cardinal Sodano indemnity proposal
Irish Times
(Patsy McGarry) The year 2004 was a significant one in the long, tortured annals of the clerical child sex-abuse scandal in Ireland. Particularly significant was the passing of the Commissions of Investigation Act by the Dáil in July of that year. Presented by then minister for justice Michael McDowell, it was designed to allow for faster and more cost-effective statutory investigations than was the case with the tribunals of inquiry. (...)