Forensic committee – TWGFEX http://twgfex.org/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 16:43:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://twgfex.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/twg-120x120.png Forensic committee – TWGFEX http://twgfex.org/ 32 32 The Standing Joint Defense Committee calls for accountability on the renovation program of the 1 military hospital https://twgfex.org/the-standing-joint-defense-committee-calls-for-accountability-on-the-renovation-program-of-the-1-military-hospital/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 16:15:48 +0000 https://twgfex.org/the-standing-joint-defense-committee-calls-for-accountability-on-the-renovation-program-of-the-1-military-hospital/ Home ” General ” The Standing Joint Defense Committee calls for accountability on the renovation program of the 1 military hospital Download logoThe Standing Joint Committee on Defense finds it totally unacceptable that the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs has shown utter disregard and reluctance to account for the hospital’s never-ending repair and maintenance […]]]>


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The Standing Joint Committee on Defense finds it totally unacceptable that the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs has shown utter disregard and reluctance to account for the hospital’s never-ending repair and maintenance program Military 1 of Tshwane.

The committee has scheduled a meeting with the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Public Works and Infrastructure, for an update and accountability on the repair program. Following a meeting that took place on September 2, 2021, the committee requested information from both departments on the hospital’s forensic audit report and the associated consequence management.

“We are concerned that the Defense Ministry has not informed the committee of the forensic report that it has been sitting there for about a year, citing that it has not yet been processed by internal structures due to its sensitive nature, “said Cyril Xaba, the chairman of the committee.


The committee’s concerns are based on the Defense Ministry’s refusal to share with the committee the findings of a forensic investigation into the case. In addition, the ministry was unwilling to take action against senior officials identified as having acted illegally in connection with the project.

Despite this, the committee welcomed the willingness of the Department of Public Works to be held accountable. It also welcomes its launch of consequence management, which is a necessary measure to conserve taxpayer resources.

The committee remains of the view that the project is an absolute disaster, with the state continuing to spend millions on private health care due to delays in completing the repair project.

The committee’s concerns revolve around escalating costs on the one hand, and the construction and cost of medical outsourcing on the other. The cost incurred for the outsourced medical services is projected from 2010/11 to 2019/20 at around 1.086 billion Rand, which is unacceptable. Additionally, due to outsourcing, the service continues to lose site expertise.

The project will remain a major focus of the committee and it intends to hold the Defense Ministry to account in the near future.

Regarding the long term solution for the border fence, the committee supports a collaborative approach to solve the porous border fence. The committee also stresses the need for an integrated border, patrol routes and ICT solutions to resolve border issues. He called on both departments to finalize development specifications aligned with best practice boundary solutions. The Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs must approve specifications aligned with its security mandate.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of the Republic of South Africa: Parliament.


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Council of Europe Anti-Torture Committee visits Albania and holds high-level talks with Albanian authorities https://twgfex.org/council-of-europe-anti-torture-committee-visits-albania-and-holds-high-level-talks-with-albanian-authorities/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 13:33:00 +0000 https://twgfex.org/council-of-europe-anti-torture-committee-visits-albania-and-holds-high-level-talks-with-albanian-authorities/ The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) carried out an ad hoc visit to Albania from 23 to 26 November 2021 on the situation of forensic psychiatric patients. The main objective of the visit was to review the progress made in implementing the CPT’s long-standing recommendation […]]]>

The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) carried out an ad hoc visit to Albania from 23 to 26 November 2021 on the situation of forensic psychiatric patients.

The main objective of the visit was to review the progress made in implementing the CPT’s long-standing recommendation that all forensic psychiatric patients should be transferred to an appropriate forensic psychiatric facility. To this end, the CPT’s delegation visited the Zaharia special establishment for sick prisoners in Kruja (male patients) and the Tirana prison hospital (female patients). In addition, it examined the arrangements made in two separate detention blocks in Lezhe prison to house and temporarily treat the patients concerned, pending the establishment of a special forensic establishment placed under the supervision of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection. . He also discussed with the Director General of Prisons the modalities of the next transfer of patients from Kruja (Zaharia) to Lezhe.

During the visit, the delegation had a joint meeting with Mr. Ulsi Manja, Minister of Justice, on behalf of HE Edi Rama, Prime Minister of Albania, and Ms. Ogerta Manastirliu, Minister of Health and Protection social welfare, as well as with Mr. Klajd Karameta, the Deputy Minister of Justice, Ms. Mira Rakacolli, Deputy Minister of Health and Social Protection, and senior officials of the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Health and Social Protection and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On 23 November 2021, the Minister of Justice and the Minister of Health and Social Protection signed a memorandum of understanding (including a joint action plan) to implement the recommendations of the CPT and the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights relating to the situation of forensic medicine. psychiatric patients and inmates with mental disorders.

The CPT’s delegation was composed of Mykola Gnatovskyy, former CPT President and head of delegation, Marie Lukasová and Vytautas Raškauskas. They were supported by Michael Neurauter, Deputy Executive Secretary of the CPT.


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Franklin Hall of Fame Committee Seeks Nominations for Next Class | Cover page https://twgfex.org/franklin-hall-of-fame-committee-seeks-nominations-for-next-class-cover-page/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 09:00:00 +0000 https://twgfex.org/franklin-hall-of-fame-committee-seeks-nominations-for-next-class-cover-page/ The Franklin High School Hall of Fame committee is seeking nominations for its 2022 class. The committee wants to hear from Franklin graduates whose “actions or achievements in their chosen field bring honor and distinction to the legacy of Franklin High School.” × This page requires Javascript. Javascript is required for you to read premium […]]]>

The Franklin High School Hall of Fame committee is seeking nominations for its 2022 class.

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Who’s Who: Ibrahim Al-Sheikh, Chairman of the National Industrial Committee of the Council of Saudi Chambers https://twgfex.org/whos-who-ibrahim-al-sheikh-chairman-of-the-national-industrial-committee-of-the-council-of-saudi-chambers/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 18:35:01 +0000 https://twgfex.org/whos-who-ibrahim-al-sheikh-chairman-of-the-national-industrial-committee-of-the-council-of-saudi-chambers/ RIYAD: Global cybersecurity company Kaspersky signed a strategic agreement with Technology Control Company, a security services, digital services and big data company in Saudi Arabia, at the @Hack Infosec 2021 conference.The managed security service provider agreement was struck at the conference, one of the most anticipated information security events in Saudi Arabia this year.This move […]]]>

RIYAD: Global cybersecurity company Kaspersky signed a strategic agreement with Technology Control Company, a security services, digital services and big data company in Saudi Arabia, at the @Hack Infosec 2021 conference.
The managed security service provider agreement was struck at the conference, one of the most anticipated information security events in Saudi Arabia this year.
This move is in line with Technology Control Company’s commitment to provide customers in Saudi Arabia with enhanced managed security services.
Mohamad Hashem, Country Manager at Kaspersky, told Arab News how new technologies are increasing the risk and exposure to cyber attacks by opening up new avenues of attack.
“With this in mind, Kaspersky is delighted to expand and strengthen the portfolio of Technology Control Company and provide customers in Saudi Arabia with the most effective prevention, detection and response capabilities in the market,” said he declared.

Dr Abdulaziz Alhussain from TCC and Mohammad Hashem singing the chord at the @hack conference. (A photo by Rahaf Jambi)

“Our innovative solutions and extensive expertise will ensure our customers in the region have the best possible data protection through a trusted local technology and service provider,” he said.
Technology Control Company will provide Kaspersky’s resources and services, such as security operations center consulting, security assessment, awareness and training.
The Kingdom is currently developing digitalization and advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, blockchain, fintech and 5G in its public and private sector.

In view of this, Kaspersky is delighted to expand and strengthen the Technology Control Company portfolio and provide customers in Saudi Arabia with the most effective prevention, detection and response capabilities in the market.

Mohamed Hachem, Country manager at Kaspersky

As the country continues its journey towards digitization and adoption of these technologies, Kaspersky expects a steady increase in cyber attacks.
The partnership will play a key role in managing these risks by helping Technology Control Company provide security oversight, incident response, threat hunting, threat intelligence, managed detection and response services, security assessment and security awareness in a cost effective, scalable and flexible manner. .
Customers of Technology Control Company in Saudi Arabia will be able to subscribe to next-generation SOC services based on solutions that meet global industry standards. Providing training such as incident response, malware analysis and digital forensics is another essential part of the alliance.
Hashem expressed his enthusiasm for participating in the @hack event and said it was the first time the event has been held outside of the United States.
“Of course, we had to be a part of this big event because Kaspersky is one of the leading companies in cybersecurity, and we are happy to be here,” Hachem said.
He said the company has signed an initiative with Cyberkids to help promote a better understanding of cybersecurity.
Muhammad Alwashmi, director of security services at Technology Control Company, said they were happy to partner with an international company with global exposure and region-specific intelligence.
“This agreement will support and provide our customers with premium protection for their businesses through the best solutions available on the market. Having Kaspersky on board will contribute to our success, and we look forward to a successful collaboration, ”said Alwashmi.


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South Africa: police committee welcomes improvement in crime statistics https://twgfex.org/south-africa-police-committee-welcomes-improvement-in-crime-statistics/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 10:08:48 +0000 https://twgfex.org/south-africa-police-committee-welcomes-improvement-in-crime-statistics/ The Police Portfolio Committee has been informed of the latest crime statistics for the second quarter of fiscal year 2020/2021, which covers the period July to September of this year. Police Minister Bheki Cele, accompanied by the senior management of the South African Police Service (Saps), including Commissioner Khehla Sitole, the Chief of Priority Criminal […]]]>

The Police Portfolio Committee has been informed of the latest crime statistics for the second quarter of fiscal year 2020/2021, which covers the period July to September of this year.

Police Minister Bheki Cele, accompanied by the senior management of the South African Police Service (Saps), including Commissioner Khehla Sitole, the Chief of Priority Criminal Investigations Directorate, General Godfrey Lebeya and the Provincial Commissioners, told the committee that the statistics reflected a better picture than previous representations.

Although police have reported a general decline in the number of crimes committed across the country, murders and sexual offenses continue to rise. “The increase in murders of women and children is always a concern and there is also a new trend in kidnappings, which includes various categories that include ransom or extortion, kidnapping for rape and as part of embezzlement. plane. Unfortunately, the one that makes the headlines is when there are ransom demands, ”said Minister Cele.

The committee heard that the kidnapping is also known in countries neighboring South Africa. In response, the capacity of organized crime units has been strengthened and transnational response mechanisms have been developed to combat kidnappings.

Saps also reported that the police modus operandi analysis center discovered the involvement of former military combatants from neighboring countries in criminal activities such as bombings, theft of funds in transit (CIT) and illegal mining activities in South Africa.

Police say some of the explosives used in ATM bombings, CIT thefts and illegal mining are being smuggled in from neighboring countries.

The committee was delighted to learn that the crisis in the forensic laboratories of Saps has been resolved. This development is expected to help close the backlog of investigations into various violent crimes such as rape, murder and assault. “We can report that we have reached a turning point in the DNA crisis and this will help a lot in cases of rape, assault and GBV,” said the Minister of Police.

Committee chairwoman Tina Joemat-Pettersson said: “We appreciate the presentation. As a committee, we take the issue of crime statistics very seriously. We also recognize the good work you do and also understand that you are doing this work under very difficult circumstances.


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65 people recognized as victims of border crimes https://twgfex.org/65-people-recognized-as-victims-of-border-crimes/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 08:14:00 +0000 https://twgfex.org/65-people-recognized-as-victims-of-border-crimes/ MINSK, November 19 (BelTA) – No less than 65 people have been recognized as victims of a crime against the security of mankind, the chairman of the commission of inquiry, Dmitry Gora, told reporters on November 19. , BelTA learned. After an incident at the Belarus-Poland border on November 16, investigators quickly arrived at the […]]]>



MINSK, November 19 (BelTA) – No less than 65 people have been recognized as victims of a crime against the security of mankind, the chairman of the commission of inquiry, Dmitry Gora, told reporters on November 19. , BelTA learned.

After an incident at the Belarus-Poland border on November 16, investigators quickly arrived at the scene to conduct a review and take investigative action. “The work is in progress. First of all, our task was to record the illegal actions of Polish officials and to collect evidence of the crime committed. A thorough examination of the scene was carried out in conjunction with the State Forensic Examination Committee, various items were collected including projectiles, soil samples and blueprints, all sent for examination . The preliminary results of the examination were announced yesterday by representatives of specialized institutions, ”said Dmitry Gora.

Investigators continue to work. “The results of the first investigative actions, as well as the analysis carried out, suggest that this was not an isolated event. The illegal actions continued for a long time. The commission of inquiry works on criminal cases and deals with evidence of illegal actions by Polish officials which have resulted in dire consequences, including death. This includes failure to provide medical assistance, forced deportation to the territory of the Republic of Belarus. Analysis of the situation suggests that it is a crime against the security of humanity, ”said Dmitry Gora.

As a result, the Grodno oblast section of the commission of inquiry opened criminal proceedings to investigate this crime on November 16. “This criminal case was then forwarded to the central office of the commission of inquiry. As I was told, this morning alone 65 people were questioned and found to be victims of illegal acts. They are two citizens of the Republic of Belarus, a citizen of the Russian Federation – they are journalists, the rest are Iraqi citizens, 14 of whom are minors (six of them are under 14 years old), women. We conduct interrogations, order expertises to determine the seriousness of the injuries inflicted. We are working with health facilities to identify all those who have requested medical help, all those who have suffered illegal acts, ”said Dmitry Gora.


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The “historic visit” of the UN committee motivated by the 94,000 missing in Mexico https://twgfex.org/the-historic-visit-of-the-un-committee-motivated-by-the-94000-missing-in-mexico/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 22:35:04 +0000 https://twgfex.org/the-historic-visit-of-the-un-committee-motivated-by-the-94000-missing-in-mexico/ The United Nations Committee on Enforced Disappearances (CED) has embarked on a 12-day “historic visit” to Mexico during which it will assess the country’s capacity to respond to the missing persons crisis in which more than 94,000 people have faded away. Led by Peruvian lawyer Carmen Rosa Villa Quintana, the committee is made up of […]]]>

The United Nations Committee on Enforced Disappearances (CED) has embarked on a 12-day “historic visit” to Mexico during which it will assess the country’s capacity to respond to the missing persons crisis in which more than 94,000 people have faded away.

Led by Peruvian lawyer Carmen Rosa Villa Quintana, the committee is made up of a group of experts who oversee the implementation of the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, to which Mexico is a party. .

The CED has been seeking to come to Mexico since 2013, but the previous federal government rejected his visitation requests despite requests from family members of the victims for him to be allowed into the country.

“This is a historic visit, requested since 2013,” Villa said Monday during an event with federal officials.

The CED is expected to visit 12 states and meet with city and state officials, relatives of missing persons, representatives of civil society and officials of the National Human Rights Commission, among others.

UN experts will also attend exhumations carried out by the authorities and the families of the victims, accompany search squads on missions to locate missing persons and visit prisons to examine their registration systems.

Villa said his team had two main goals: to help Mexico prevent enforced disappearances and to contribute to the fight against impunity.

Mexico has extremely high impunity rates for many crimes, including kidnappings and homicides. Moreover, due to a lack of forensic experts and money, the authorities have struggled to cope with the immense task of identifying the bodies of victims of crime.

According to data released by Movimiento por Nuestros Desaparecidos (Movement for Our Missing Persons), a non-governmental organization, there are more than 52,000 unidentified bodies in the morgues.

Speaking at Monday’s event, Deputy Interior Minister for Human Rights Alejandro Encinas acknowledged that the federal government is grappling with a “crisis” of missing persons.

“It was at the start of this government that the state opened up to international scrutiny and oversight and recognized the missing persons crisis which today stands at over 94,000 missing persons. “, did he declare.

“It is the most painful legacy facing the Mexican government and the one in which we must make the most efforts … to overcome [it]”said Encinas, who once described Mexico as a” huge hidden tomb. “

“I want this visit to be beneficial, to have good results,” said the deputy minister, explaining that the government is open to hearing the recommendations of the DEC.

“… The success of your mission will involve the success of the policies we implement. We are ready to open the doors to the entire federal government so that you can fulfill your mission, ”he added.

The CED is due to hold a press conference on the last day of its visit to Mexico, November 26, and will publish a report on its findings next March.

With reports of Milenio and El País


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Council Compensation Committee recommends increases for mayor and deputy mayor positions https://twgfex.org/council-compensation-committee-recommends-increases-for-mayor-and-deputy-mayor-positions/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 14:47:49 +0000 https://twgfex.org/council-compensation-committee-recommends-increases-for-mayor-and-deputy-mayor-positions/ Meaford’s council has given its initial approval to the council’s compensation committee recommendations that will see salary increases for the mayor and deputy mayor positions. The committee, which is made up of three Meaford residents, Miranda Lahtinen, experienced forensic accountant, Ted Mallett, former vice-president and chief economist of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business and […]]]>

Meaford’s council has given its initial approval to the council’s compensation committee recommendations that will see salary increases for the mayor and deputy mayor positions.

The committee, which is made up of three Meaford residents, Miranda Lahtinen, experienced forensic accountant, Ted Mallett, former vice-president and chief economist of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business and current director of forecasting at the Conference Board of Canada , and Phil Cant, retired CIBC District Director, made a presentation to Council at its November 15th meeting.

For five months, from May to October, the committee met with the mandate to provide an independent review of the compensation of the members of the Board.

The committee presentation noted that while the compensation for regular council members matches that of 17 comparator communities, the compensation for the Mayor’s position of Meaford of $ 32,200 is 26% below the median ($ 43,730). of the 17 municipalities the committee used for the comparison, and Meaford’s deputy mayor pays $ 26,200, compared to the comparison community median of $ 29,270, almost 11% less.

The committee recommended establishing firm ratios between councilor, deputy mayor and mayor compensation that would see a councilor paid $ 25,000 per year, the deputy mayor position would earn 125% of councilor pay, which would equal to $ 30,700, and the post of mayor would earn 185 percent of the councilor’s pay, which would equate to $ 45,400.

The committee noted that if these rates of pay had been in place last year, it would only have added $ 16,000 to the municipality’s overall operating budget.

Committee members are committed to ensuring that the compensation provided is fair and reasonable and will attract a diverse and representative pool of candidates from Meaford Municipality residents wishing to run for council, and is viewed as fair by taxpayers. ”, Noted committee member Phil Cant during the presentation to the Board.

Council approved the recommendations at the plenary committee meeting on November 15 and will have a final vote on the recommendation at its next regular Council meeting.


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Wan Junaidi: Senior Pathologist Appointed Member of Special Committee on the Death of Muhammad Adib | Malaysia https://twgfex.org/wan-junaidi-senior-pathologist-appointed-member-of-special-committee-on-the-death-of-muhammad-adib-malaysia/ Sat, 13 Nov 2021 07:55:14 +0000 https://twgfex.org/wan-junaidi-senior-pathologist-appointed-member-of-special-committee-on-the-death-of-muhammad-adib-malaysia/ Muhammad Adib was seriously injured in a riot at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple in USJ 25, Subang Jaya on November 27, 2018 and died on December 17, 2018, after fighting for his life in hospital for 21 days. – Photo via Twitter PUTRAJAYA, November 13 – Former Court of Appeal Judge Datuk Kamardin Hashim […]]]>

Muhammad Adib was seriously injured in a riot at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple in USJ 25, Subang Jaya on November 27, 2018 and died on December 17, 2018, after fighting for his life in hospital for 21 days. – Photo via Twitter

PUTRAJAYA, November 13 – Former Court of Appeal Judge Datuk Kamardin Hashim and Penang Medical College Datuk Senior Consultant Forensic Pathologist Dr Bhupinder Singh have been appointed members of the special committee set up to investigate the death of firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim.

Emeritus Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Malaya, Datuk Dr Looi Lai Ming; criminologist Datuk Dr P. Sundramoorthy; Bukit Aman Forensics (D10) Senior Deputy Director, SAC Azari Abd Rahman, and SAC Director Mohammad Abd Hamid, Royal Malaysian Police College, Center for Scientific Studies on Investigation and Prosecution, will also be on the committee. .

Prime Minister’s Department (Parliament and Law) Minister Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, in a statement today, said the October 29 Cabinet meeting agreed on the formation of the special committee.

On October 9, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced that a special committee would be set up to ensure that a full and transparent investigation into the death of Muhammad Adib is carried out so that justice can be done.

The prime minister said the committee would be chaired by Wan Junaidi, with Interior Minister Datu Seri Hamzah Zainudin, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican and Attorney General Tan Sri Idrus Harun as members. .

To find out more, Wan Junaidi said that the legal affairs division of the prime minister’s department, together with the interior ministry and the housing and local government ministry, will serve as the secretariat of the special committee.

“The Cabinet memorandum on the establishment of this special committee, which includes the mandate, composition and financial implications, will be tabled for Cabinet review and approval soon.

“The committee will submit its findings and recommendations to the Cabinet meeting within six months in accordance with the Cabinet decision of October 29,” he said.

Muhammad Adib was seriously injured in a riot at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple in USJ 25, Subang Jaya on November 27, 2018 and died on December 17, 2018, after fighting for his life in hospital for 21 days.

He was reportedly attacked by a group of people during the riot, which also saw a damaged fire truck and two other vehicles set on fire.

The riot was sparked by clashes between two groups over the issue of relocating the temple, which is more than 100 years old.

An inquest into the death of Muhammad Adib was conducted by Coroner Rofiah Mohamad in Shah Alam for 41 days, which ended on July 24, 2019 after 30 witnesses were called to testify and 137 pieces of evidence were presented. .

On September 27, 2019, the coroner ruled that Muhammad Adib’s death was due to a criminal act perpetrated by more than two unidentified individuals. – Bernama


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Amendment submitted to the Committee on Public Finance to increase the borrowing limit – Eurasia Review https://twgfex.org/amendment-submitted-to-the-committee-on-public-finance-to-increase-the-borrowing-limit-eurasia-review/ https://twgfex.org/amendment-submitted-to-the-committee-on-public-finance-to-increase-the-borrowing-limit-eurasia-review/#respond Wed, 10 Nov 2021 00:01:39 +0000 https://twgfex.org/amendment-submitted-to-the-committee-on-public-finance-to-increase-the-borrowing-limit-eurasia-review/ An amendment to Appropriation Law No. 07 of 2020 to increase the borrowing limit was recently approved by the Sri Lanka Public Finance Committee chaired by Member of Parliament Anura Priyadarshana Yapa. As a result, the borrowing limit which was Rs. 2,997 billion will be increased to Rs. 3,397 billion, it was revealed during the […]]]>

An amendment to Appropriation Law No. 07 of 2020 to increase the borrowing limit was recently approved by the Sri Lanka Public Finance Committee chaired by Member of Parliament Anura Priyadarshana Yapa.

As a result, the borrowing limit which was Rs. 2,997 billion will be increased to Rs. 3,397 billion, it was revealed during the public finance committee held online.

Minister of Finance and Treasury Secretary SR Attygalle stressed that an amendment to the finance law was needed to increase the borrowing limit due to the country’s economic slowdown caused by the Covid 19 situation.

He further pointed out that this was due to the inability to meet the expected income for the year 2021, the increase in additional expenses and the devaluation of the rupee in the payment of foreign currency loan services.

Mr Attygalle also pointed out that the increase in social spending during the Covid 19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in additional spending. He also said that a sum of Rs. 200 billion had recently been approved by Parliament for additional spending.

In addition to this amendment, in accordance with the Cabinet decision taken on 09/27/2021, the notification to the Official Gazette submitted by the Minister of Finance to revoke the licensing system for white sugar which entered into force on October 29, 2020 under of the Import and Export (Control) Law No. 01 of 1969 was approved by the Public Finance Committee.

Dr Harsha de Silva said he has repeatedly stressed the need for a forensic report in this regard to clarify the crisis situation in the country regarding sugar. The president said the public finance committee would be able to engage in a long discussion on the issue soon after it was tabled by the public accounts committee.


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