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Poll: Should Paul Kiely have to give back his CRC retirement package?

A former CRC chairman said that Kiely worked hard over three decades so “it is not as if he has not been entitled to some of it”.

File: Former CRC CEO Paul Kiely followed by Chairman James Nugent leave Leinster House
File: Former CRC CEO Paul Kiely followed by Chairman James Nugent leave Leinster House
Image: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

FORMER CHIEF EXECUTIVE of the Central Remedial Clinic, Paul Kiely, received a €742,000 pension and pay-off package when he retired in March of last year.

This payment was discussed in depth at a Public Accounts Committee meeting with CRC staff during the week.

It emerged that €700,000 was taken from the charitable fund, Friends and Supporters of the CRC, to help fund Kiely’s retirement package.

Today, former CRC chairman Hamilton Goulding said in an interview with the Daily Mail that it would be a “good gesture” if Kiely paid some of the money back, but he added: “It is not as if he has not been entitled to some of it for all the work he did put in over three decades”.

Today, we ask you: Should Paul Kiely have to give back his CRC retirement package?


Poll Results:

Yes, some of it (3382)
Yes, all of it (1618)
No (1281)



Read: Here are the minutes of the CRC board meeting where Paul Kiely’s €742k pay-off was agreed>

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