Taoiseach said he has decided to legally support former Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan in his defense against turbulent Maurice McCabe.
Speaking at the leaders' questions, Leo Varadkar said he wished to see all cases involving state institutions and former Sgt McCabe.
Mr Varadkar, who responded to the questions in Dáil after the publication of an RTÉ documentary about ill-treatment in the hands of a senior official by Mr McCabe, said that he was also wanted by Mr. Callinan and his successor, General Seamus Woulfe. Former probability officer Dave Taylor contributed to the damages that could be paid to Maurice McCabe as part of possible settlements.
Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald said that due to the results of the Disclosure, Mr. Said should not take a İ one red dime # to finance his defense.
Varadkar in response, Mr. Callinan's decision to provide support, the Court of Appeals in July before the publication of the third interim report, he said.
Maurice said he wanted McCabe to accept his service's contribution to the country again.
He said it was time for the state to be done correctly by Maurice McCabe and her family, and that it happened late.
He recently reiterated his belief that McCabe, who retired after 30 years of service, was an 39 elite abe member of ”Garda Síochána Kısa.
Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan gave the news he met with Mr McCabe and his family to present a face-to-face State apology.
If desired by the opposition, he said he was willing to discuss the investigation issue on the Callinan case in Duan.
Varadkar said that he shared anger with the public, where top public officials involved in the accusation of dü sailing into the sunset ı with generous retirement packs were seen again and again.
In response to a question from a Social Democrat, Mr Varadkar said, ”I am very upset when people who have been mistakenly have to be conscious of the people who pay for the pension funds, instead of“ sailing into the sunset with the golden sunsets Bay. Róisín Shortall.