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No further action will be taken in relation to Irish dancing allegations

It has been reported that An Coimisiën Le Rincí Gaelacha “will not be pursuing further disciplinary action” against anyone who are suspected of misbehaving at Irish dance events, reports RTE.

The judgement was made by Coiste Faire, the organization’s ethical committee, according to the Irish Dancing Commission (CLRG).

One of the main organisations in charge of Irish dancing competition is the coimisiún, reports RTE.

The accusations of purported competition manipulation and violations of the CLRG’s code of conduct were the basis for the disciplinary proceedings in October 2022.

There was supporting documentation for the claims.

The appointment of Mr. Justice Michael Peart involved supervising an impartial inquiry of the grievances, complaints, and supporting documentation, reports RTE.

In his report, a panel of independent experts recommended that 44 instances be sent to a full disciplinary trial.

To facilitate the disciplinary procedures, the involved parties were barred from presiding over contests.

The first 10 external disciplinary proceedings on the claims of wrongdoing were scheduled to begin and end by the middle of March, according to a February report from the CLRG, reports RTE.

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