With the two Presidential Commission reports due to be presented to parliament next week, it is also expected that the names of over 60 MPs from both the government and opposition will also be revealed, according to a senior SLFP member.
In the report of the Presidential Commission appointed to investigate the Central Bank Bond Commission scam, to be presented to parliament on January 17, the names of around 30 UNP ministers and deputy ministers will be revealed. In the other report of the Presidential Commission appointed to investigate serious crimes of corruption and fraud, the names of around 30 Joint Opposition MPs will also be revealed.
He further said that the report of the Presidential Commission appointed to investigate serious crimes of corruption and fraud includes information related to 34 incidents.
Suspicious on whether bond commission report is complete!
According to the Sunday Mawbima newspaper, political analysts are doubtful whether the report submitted by the bond commission to parliament is complete with all evidence.
By now, suspicion has been raised about the delay in submitting the report to parliament and whether this delay is due to this reason, these political analysts point out.
Meanwhile, addressing a political rally in Diyasenpura, Medirigiriya on January 11, President Maithripala Sirisena said the necessary background will be created to punish all those who commit corruption and fraud, irrespective of their political status or party.
He pointed out that he would not hesitate to take disciplinary action against anyone who commits wrong.
(under the courtesy of srilankamirror.lk news web)