A Kerry TD says he’s made more than a dozen queries seeking information from NAMA and has always acted in good faith.
Yesterday’s Sunday Independent published details of politicians’ queries to the National Asset Management Agency.
It included a query from South Kerry TD Michael Healy-Rae who had a question on behalf of a constituent interested in running a caravan park that had been taken over by NAMA.
The independent deputy says he’s never interfered with NAMA or put the body under pressure.
He says he was doing his job as a politician, helping people.
Michael Healy-Rae says to characterise this as parish-pump politics is wrong.