The Health Service Executive (HSE) is to due publish details today of its inquiry into the death of Savita Halappanavar.
The 31-year-old dentist from India died at University Hospital Galway last month from septicaemia after suffering a miscarriage.
Her husband Praveen says she was repeatedly refused a medical termination.
The Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore is to discuss the issue with the Indian Ambassador to Ireland in Dublin this afternoon.
It has already been confirmed that it will be headed up by Dr. Philip Crowley who is the HSE Director of Quality and Patient Safety.
The panel will also include an external expert in obstetrics and gynaecology from Northern Ireland.
A separate review is to be carried out by the Galway Roscommon University Hospitals Group while the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is assessing if it should also launch an inquiry into the matter.
The Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore is to meet with the Indian Ambassador to Ireland at the Department of Foreign Affairs this afternoon to discuss the case.
"Oireachtas has failed"
Meanwhile Junior Health Minister Alex White says the Oireachtas has failed in its duty to legislate for medical abortions.
"The effects of the X Case decision of the Supreme Court in 1992 should have been dealt with by legislation in the Oireachtas" he said.
"I have to say I think the Oireachtas has failed in its duty in relation to dealing with that".
"And govenrment"s all along the line - it has to be said - have failed in their duty in this regard".
But he says a report from an expert group on the matter is due before Cabinet but he is confident the issue will not damage the coalition.
"I want to have respect and to support indeed the Minister for Health in ensuring that we deliberate not over lengthy period - quickly - over what"s contained in that report, and that we bring it to government soon and have decisions".
"I"ve no reason to believe that...the different views - I should say - are going to have the kind of implications that you"re talking about, but lets see how we get on" he added.