Published Monday, 23 July 2012
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The team will be headed up by Superintendent Yaswant Callee from the central criminal investigation division, Dick Ng Sui Wa, a lawyer for the McAreavey family, confirmed.
Mr Ng Sui Wa said the inquiry would look into the aspects of the case, including what was said in court.
Mr McAreavey's lawyer reiterated calls from the prime minister of Mauritius, Navinchandra Ramgoolam, that police from Ireland and Scotland Yard would be "most welcome" to travel to the island to help, but he said the inquiry will have "no problem with money or man power".
"I think they have the blessing of the government and of all the authorities concerned, including the commission of the police and the director of public prosecutions," he explained.
They're going to review the whole process of the police inquiry and see if it went wrong, where it went wrong and all aspects of the court process, including the panelling of the jury and all that.
Dick Ng Sui Wa
Mr Ng Sui Wa also hinted to UTV that there may be some new lines of inquiry in the case. "I have some information that I cannot leak to the press, but it all depends how it goes," he said.
The people of Mauritius also want the crime to be resolved and the lawyer said there had been "an outcry" on the island.
"There's nothing as bad as having someone being killed in a room and not to be able to find the persons involved in it or not to be able to get a positive verdict, which is one of culpability," he said.
Mrs McAreavey was killed while on honeymoon at the Legends resort on the island in January last year.
Earlier this month, two former hotel workers were found not guilty of murdering the 27-year-old only daughter of Tyrone GAA boss Mickey Harte.
On Friday, Mr Ramgoolam told the Irish ambassador to Mauritius that fresh experts would be involved in the new inquiry.
The appointment of a new police team and a judicial inquiry follows a decision to allow Northern Ireland's Attorney General, John Larkin to examine papers from the trial.