THE Government is considering forming a confidential Oireachtas commission that would oversee NAMA's multi-billion euro work.
Finance Minister Brian Lenihan has made it known he would like a special commission to be created that would share information of a sensitive and confidential nature.
However, the commission would not sit in public, as the information being discussed is deemed commercially sensitive.
Lenihan wants 'secret' NAMA committee - National News, Frontpage - Independent.ieBut Labour's finance spokeswoman Joan Burton said it would be more appropriate to simply appoint independent experts who do not have any vested interests.
"I doubt that the political parties would wish to be hampered with being able to make general points about policies in relation to NAMA," Ms Burton said.