Savita Halappanavar’s husband could take case to European Court of Human Rights

Savita Halappanavar

Minister for Health James Reilly is considering continued requests for an open inquiry.

Asked whether the possibility of a public inquiry into her death had been raised at the meeting with Minister Reilly, O'Donnell said: "He [Reily] said he was very sorry and indicated he would do whatever is possible. We had a good discussion.

"Praveen let him know his wish for a public inquiry, and that that was the wishes of Savita's family. I get the impression he is considering everything we said."

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