Former Irish EU Commissioner Phil Hogan has indicated he may try seek compensation from the European Commission after resigning in August 2020 over the controversy surrounding the Golfgate dinner party.
In an interview with French newspaper Liberation, Hogan reportedly suggested action against the commission.
Jean Quatremer, a long-time Europe correspondent, writes that she met Hogan for an exclusive interview and that Hogan “did not rule out the idea of demanding compensation for the damage suffered”.
Hogan previously apologised for attending the Oireachtas Golf Society dinner in Clifden, Co. Galway but denied breaking Covid-19 quarantine rules.
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