Ravi would be in jail now if Bond Commission had judicial powers – DEW
Posted on January 5th, 2018

In that way we have to be grateful to the President for appointing the commission,” he said.

He stated that the judge panel toiled for 10 months continuously and not only did they hear the case they also investigated, but they did not have judicial powers.

We asked for a commission which had judicial powers. The commission should have powers to met out punishment. Like the Thalgodapitiya Commission. But the President appointed a different commission,” he told reporters in Colombo.

If this commission had been given true judicial power under the Constitution, then today Ravi Karunanayake and the others would already be sentenced to jail.”

However, he said that they are satisfied that such a commission was appointed in the country for the first time in 59 years, the last time being in 1959. On that side it is important.”

Since the late S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike took a decision to appoint a commission and sack three ministers from his Cabinet, the party and politics, no other head of state or leader of government had taken such a decision until now,” the former minister said.

One Response to “Ravi would be in jail now if Bond Commission had judicial powers – DEW”

  1. Christie Says:

    Indian Empire will always look after their colonial parasites whether they are in Singapore or in Colombo. This guy another dependent of Indian Colonial Parasites wants to score political points. It is mahemdran and Mahendran who should have been arrested as soon as the Fraud was committed not ravi.

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