Seanad decides not to question Taoiseach on McNulty affair

Seanad decides not to question Taoiseach on McNulty affair

The Seanad has struck down a plan to haul in Enda Kenny for questioning over the John McNulty affair.

A Fianna Fáil proposal to call in the Taoiseach for questioning was defeated by 22 votes to 11.

Last week senators narrowly approved a similar proposal to call the arts minister, Heather Humphreys, for questioning on the issue.


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