WE SHOULD GO TO PANAMA TO TRACE OUR MONEY — PMPublished : 8:00 am April 11, 2016 | No comments so far | | (167) reads |
Now we all have to go to Panama City to find out whether there is Sri Lankan owned money there. That revelation was also made by another Fonseca wasn’t it? BY PIYUMI FONSEKA Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said yesterday that Sri Lanka should go to Panama to trace money owned by Sri Lankans.
There are media reports that the government is awaiting information on the alleged involvement of Sri Lankans in the offshore financial dealings revealed in the Panama Papers of the law firm Mossack Fonseca. “Now we all have to go to Panama City to find out whether there is Sri Lankan owned money there.
That revelation was also made by another Fonseca wasn’t it?” he asked. BY J.A.L. JAYASINGHE President Maithripala Sirisena sternly warned a security officer of the president’s security detail when journalists complained to him of the threatening attitude of that officer towards the journalists.
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