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"After that evidence is taken, we will analyse (it) and there might be incidents where we might want to ask further questions and we will address these further questions to these individuals concerned," he said.
Philip Crowley, HSE's national director of quality and patient safety, said the inquiry would identify all the facts through a fair and methodical investigation and identify any safety issues.
The team would be "examining all the factors that may have influenced the death of Halappanavar," he said.
Hope conscience of Irish political rulers will awaken to prevent such cases: Vayalar Ravi
With the Irish government likely to discuss amendments to its anti-abortion law in the wake of the death of an Indian dentist, Union Minister Vayalar Ravi on Tuesday said he hopes the conscience of the political class in Ireland will "awaken" to prevent such incidents from happening in future.
"The law should protect the life of every human being. Hope the conscience of the political rulers (in Ireland) will awaken and they will make some decision so that such incidents do not repeat," Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs Ravi said.