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# ethics watchdog

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Thirteen political parties in breach of legal requirements to submit accounts
A new report from Ireland’s ethics watchdog was published today.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.