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“The Commission is shocked by this discovery and is continuing its investigation into who was responsible for the disposal of human remains in this way,” it said in a statement.“Meanwhile, the commission has asked that the relevant State authorities take responsibility for the appropriate treatment of the remains.” A coroner has been notified.“If somebody of my age, of my mixed race background and of all the things that make up my character can potentially become leader of our country, then I think that sends out a message to every child born today that there is no office in Ireland that they can’t aspire to,” Mr Varadkar told Newstalk radio this week.Although he has held three cabinet posts since 2011, Mr Varadkar is relatively inexperienced and was first elected in 2007.“He’s a once-in-a-generation politician,” said Fine Gael member of parliament Jim Daly, echoing the comments of most of his colleagues who have placed high hopes in Varadkar.A “significant” quantity of human remains has been discovered in “underground chambers” at a former home for unmarried mothers and their babies in Ireland.
Mr Varadkar’s Indian father, Ashok, moved to Ireland in the 1970s.
“Radiocarbon dating of the samples recovered suggest that the remains date from the time frame relevant to the operation of the mother and baby home.” The Tuam home operated from 1925 to 1961.
A number of the samples are likely to date from the 1950s, according to the commission.
Ireland’s governing party Fine Gael has elected Leo Varadkar as its new leader, meaning the once-staunchly Catholic country will get its first openly gay prime minister.
The 38-year-old son of an Indian immigrant will also be the youngest-ever person to hold the office, succeeding Enda Kenny, 66, in a striking generational and social change.