Written by Staff Writer
01 Sep, 2019 | 3:08 pm
COLOMBO (News 1st) – The Presidential Commission appointed to investigate corruption in state institutions is due to submit another report to the President in September.
A spokesperson said the report is being prepared and will contain information on 20 complaints of which evidence was examined.
The complaints relate to leasing a building for the Ministry of Agriculture, alleged malpractices surrounding the importation of cancer drugs, allocation of public funds for the Neville Fernando Hosptial without Government take-over and recruiting personnel to the Road Development Authority.
The Report will also contain information on a number of complaints currently being investigated by the Police Unit of the Presidential Commission. The first report of this Presidential Commission was handed over to the President in July.
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