Written by Staff Writer
28 May, 2014 | 7:57 am
The Department of Census and Statistics says that the final report on the census carried out on the life and property damage that had taken place during the time of war, is to be handed over to the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission, next month.
Director, D.C.A. Gunwardene said that analysis on the data collected is being carried out at present.
D.C.A Gunawardene further said:
“According to the LLRC ‘s recommendations our department was asked to ‘carry out a census on the property and life damages that have taken place since 1982 to the end of the of the war. We have successfully completed out the census and at present the data is being analysed. We are hoping to hand over the analysed data by next month.”
Meanwhile, the Presidential Commission investigating disappearances of persons says that a special team has been deployed to ‘carry out a study on those who disappeared during the time of the war.
Secretary to the Commission, H.W. Gunadasa said that initial reports that have compiled so far were handed over to the Attorney General’s Department.
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