Ireland’s justice minister, David Stanton, convened a gathering of regulatory luminaries on Wednesday as he and his team seek to learn from the successes, and mistakes, of European legislators past.
The seminar brought Irish civil servants, charity representatives and members of the local gambling industry together with a handful of international experts to help the minister and his team decide how the country’s planned independent regulatory body should function.
It opened with a speech from Stanton, the driving force behind efforts to replace the country’s decades-old legislation with a modified version of the 2013 Gambling Control Bill.
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