Written by Staff Writer
04 Jan, 2016 | 10:26 pm
A.S.P. Liyanage was summoned to the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption to record a statement with regard to the transaction where the Peacock Mansion given to the former president.
Liyanage stated that the commission wanted to know if the Peacock Mansion was for sale. He added that there was an influence from his wife because when she divorces him there will be a major influence. He went on to note that there were no political influences.
Former Minister of Fisheries Sarath Kumara Gunaratne also arrived at the Commission to Investigate Allegations on Bribery or Corruption to record a statement over the Negombo Lagoon Development Programme.
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