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LLRC to wind up general sessions

By Arthur Wamanan
The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) said it hoped to conclude its general sessions by tomorrow.
LLRC Secretary S B Atugoda told The
Nation that the commission would call for oral submissions if they are of any importance.
He added that the commission would be busy with several other activities in respect to its mandate and therefore was looking to end the general oral sessions.
“We will conduct oral sessions if we think that their submissions are important,” Atugoda said.
“However, the Chairman and the commissioners think that there needs to be an end somewhere.”

Atugoda said that former president Chandrika Kumaratunge had expressed her willingness to testify before the commission.
He said the commission had written to the former president, to which it had received a favourable response from her.
“She has responded positively to our letter. Therefore, we expect that she would come and give her submissions to the commission in the near future. We have not finalised on a day for her submissions,” Atugoda added.