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# declaration of interests

Last year
Fianna Fáilers were uneasy about Troy staying, but didn't expect him to fall so soon
Troy stepped down last night a few days following a ‘clear the air’ interview about the controversy.
The politician was in hot water over a failure to declare property to the Dáil Register of Members’ Interests.
Despite multiple apologies and clarifications, there were continued calls for the resignation of the Minister of State for Trade Promotion yesterday.
A number of TDs said that the public trust had been damaged by the affair.
Omissions and errors: How Robert Troy's property dealings stoked a major political controversy
Greens call for investigations into Robert Troy's handling of property interests
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Public ethics watchdog to investigate Lowry’s failure to declare land
SIPO will be asked to investigate whether Michael Lowry breached ethics laws by not declaring his interests in land in Wigan.
Nearly 300 complaints against Lowry left in limbo as legal advice sought
The number of complaints made against the TD had totalled just 83 last Wednesday.
Lowry declares land of "negligible value" after 83 complaints
His change of mind came a week after he had declared the land as having no value.