The Joint Opposition today urged the government to appoint a special Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) to monitor the progress of the action taken by the Attorney General (AG) into the COPE report on Central Bank (CB) Bond sale issue.
JO stalwart MP Vasudeva Nanayakkara said the AG had proved to be inefficient when it came to certain cases and therefore it was vital to ensure that action was taken against the perpetrators.
“A PSC has the authority to summon the AG or the IGP and inquire into the progress of the investigations of COPE report. Otherwise, there is a risk of the report being put aside,” the MP told a news conference. (Lahiru Pothmulla)
BuffaloaCitizen Wednesday, 02 November 2016 03:40 PM
When you have done nothing useful to the people of this country during your time of governance, every single mistake that the present government makes is like a gold mine.
hemantha Wednesday, 02 November 2016 04:34 PM
Old Pumpkin, you have no rights to talk about corruption since you kept your mouth shout when the massive corruption took place during previous regime where you were a minister.
2222 Wednesday, 02 November 2016 04:39 PM
Thats no the point u goffy
Kiris Baba Amaray Wednesday, 02 November 2016 04:41 PM
Vasu is just an opportunist, he will change his colours beneficial to him not for anyone.
ananda Wednesday, 02 November 2016 04:40 PM
I Agree with Wasu but not with the JO rascals. via DM Android App
Manuel Benjamin Wednesday, 02 November 2016 04:45 PM
Mahinda earned in billions, what action was taken against him?
rosebud Wednesday, 02 November 2016 05:24 PM
Previous CB governor must be iinvestigated too. via DM Android App
daily boru Wednesday, 02 November 2016 05:34 PM
JO crooks think that they are still ruling the country.
Shelly. Wednesday, 02 November 2016 06:15 PM
JO has no common thinking of what to do. Everyone tries to show each ones colours. They are scared to take Govt. headon. This too is political drama. via DM Android App
vithura Wednesday, 02 November 2016 06:18 PM
This guy does not understand the role of PSCs, they do not have jurisdictional powers nor can they interfere or even advise the AG on what action he or she should take. They can only send their findings to the AG and that is all. AG will then exercise his professional judgement in deciding next course of action.
Mangala Thursday, 03 November 2016 07:32 AM
Where was Vasu when MR was plundering the country?
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