Commission Advises on Special Advisers Bill
The Human Rights Commission has provided evidence to the Finance and Personnel Committee on the Special Advisers Bill.
Read in full what the Commission said to the Committee here.
Notes to editors:
1. The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission is an independent statutory body first proposed in the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement (1998) and established in 1999 by the Northern Ireland Act (1998). It is answerable to Parliament at Westminster.
2. The Human Rights Commission provided evidence to the Finance and Personnel Committee on Wednesday 21 November 2012.
3. Read the Commission’s full written submission to the Committee here.
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