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# ethics watchdog

This year
Sipo decides against investigating former minister Damien English over planning application
The Fine Gael TD resigned his position as Minister of State after revelations about a planning application he submitted in 2008.
Last year
Thirteen political parties in breach of legal requirements to submit accounts
A new report from Ireland’s ethics watchdog was published today.
All time
SIPO considers whether Monaghan councillor's allegedly 'racist' leaflet breaches standards
It relates to material distributed by independent councillor Seamus Treanor ahead of the 2019 local elections.
SIPO 'very concerned' about failure of Aontú and Renua to submit statements of their annual accounts
Political parties registered in Ireland are required to disclose their annual accounts to SIPO.
Taoiseach defends nomination of former Senator and ex-NAGP lobbyist Geraldine Feeney to Sipo
Opposition parties have criticised the government for not facilitating a debate on the nomination.
White House urged to discipline Conway over 'free commercial' for Ivanka
The Trump aide urged shoppers to buy Ivanka-branded products after retailer Nordstrom announced it would stop selling them.