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Monday, 27 February 2017 - 7:54
Government Printer to appear before bonds commission today
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Acting Government printer, has been summoned to the Presidential Commission Investigating the Bond Issue, in order to resolve the problem that has arisen with regard to the date of the gazette notification issued under the current government on the treasury bonds.

Acting government printer Gangani Liyanage is to be produced before the commission at 10 am today.

The former additional director of central bank debt department Mohammed Aseem has also been summoned.

The commission temporally halted its action due to an issue that arose with regard to a circular issued on the treasury bonds last Thursday.

Secretary to the ministry of finance Dr. H.S Samaratunga who was summoned to the commission for the hearing of evidences noted that the circular on the treasury bonds was issued on the 1st of January 2015.

It was revealed that this was issued during the former president Mahinda Rajapaksa and the former minister of finance time in office.

Meanwhile, the Joint Opposition has organized a protest to be launched this morning in front of the central bank in Colombo stating that evidences relating to the presidents commission investigating the bond issue are not being heard in an unbiased manner.

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