May 8, 2024
University of Limerick appearance before PAC crucial opportunity for answers – Maurice Quinlivan TD

Sinn Féin TD for Limerick City, Maurice Quinlivan, has said tomorrow’s appearance of University of Limerick figures before the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee is an important opportunity for clarity and transparency.

Teachta Quinlivan said:

“Tomorrow, senior figures from the University of Limerick will appear before the Public Accounts Committee to answer questions about the financial processes connecting to the Rhebogue student accommodation project.

“It is crucial that all those taking part are upfront and transparent about exactly what has taken place here. Tomorrow is an important opportunity for the university community and indeed the people of Limerick to get the answers they need.

“The staff and students at the University of Limerick are understandably concerned about serious questions that have been raised about this significant financial project. They deserve answers.

“The drip feed of information and ongoing uncertainty about exactly what happened, has served as an unnecessary distraction. The University of Limerick has so much potential and it is important that this ongoing cloud around the Rhebogue scheme is finally lifted so that staff can get on with educating students and ensuring Limerick can thrive.

“Sinn Féin will use tomorrow’s opportunity at the Public Accounts Committee to hold those responsible to account and to push for full transparency.”

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