THE husband of Savita Halappanavar has repeated his insistence that he will not meet the chairman of an inquiry into his wife’s death following a miscarriage.
Praveen Halappanavar said in an interview to be broadcast tonight on RTE's Prime Time that he would not co-operate with an HSE-run inquiry.
"We are just not confident in the whole family about the HSE leading this investigation," he said.
"These people are salaried by the HSE. They pay them. We think that there would be some kind of bias during the investigation.
"We are requesting a public inquiry basically funded by the Irish Government."
"That was the single most horrifically biased TV programme we've ever seen. No pro-choice person; presenter obviously anti-choice; anti-choice spokeperson given far more than her fair share of speaking time; anti-choice spokesperson given entirely free rein to finish up the show. Complain here." - Savita's Laws.
Complain to RTE about Prime Time here