Did PM’s evidence clear your doubts or trigger more questions? – Face the Nation Part 1 and Part 2 Nov. 17, 2017
Posted on November 26th, 2017

Did PM’s evidence clear your doubts or trigger more questions? (20.11.17) Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCTUouJabA4

Face the Nation: Can the funds lost in the bond scam be recovered? (20.11.17) Part 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tOL85wNXxA

One Response to “Did PM’s evidence clear your doubts or trigger more questions? – Face the Nation Part 1 and Part 2 Nov. 17, 2017”

  1. Cerberus Says:

    Here are some questions which I would have asked Ranil the Traitor if I was on the Presidential Commission.
    1. Was the bond scam which was put into action as soon as Yahapalanaya came in and the Exec PM was appointed, planned way before the election and if so who did the planning? Did it come as a ready-made plan from international groups who were the ones who wanted Ranil to be appointed as the PM?
    2. The key players such as Paskaralingam (Head of Treasury), Arjun Mahendran (Governor Central Bank), Arjun Aloysius of Perpetual Treasuries – were they ready primed and waiting to come to Sri Lanka immediately after the election and take up the high monetary posts?
    3. How was the bond scam pulled off so fast?
    4. Both Ranil and Malik Samarawickrema have stated that the UNP received no funds from the bond scam. Yet we all know that the UNP was broke and were Rs. 3 billion in debt. Yet very soon after the bond scams they are supposed to have got enough money to give Rs. 50 million to each of the MPs as well as repair Sri Kotha which was in shambles.
    5. Why did My3 dissolve the Parliament just as the COPE report was about to be presented to the Parliament? Did Ranil instruct My3 to do so?
    6. After the first bond scam, why was My3 not allowed to investigate the bond scam? Why did he allow Arjun to remain as the Gov of CB resulting in a second bond scam in 2016?
    7. Did international powers have a hand in protecting the people who were involved in the bond scam from prosecution? It is such an open /shut case of insider trading that it should not have taken such a long time to close the case and bring the culprits to justice.
    8. The Monetary Board of the Central Bank also had powers to stop unethical bids which were negative for the country. Why did the Monetary Board not stop the scams?

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