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Paradox override accuracy at Budget 2022

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Following the success of last year’s #BudgetCheck, by Verité Research carried out live fact checking on claims made by Finance Minister Basil Rajapaksa in his 2022 Budget Speech on November 12, 2021.  The team fact checked a total of nine statements from the Budget Speech. Of these, four statements were graded True, three False, one Partly True, and one Blatantly False. 
See below for statements fact checked along with its narrative and relevant sources.



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