Colombo (News First); Ceylon Petroleum Corporation, Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminal Limited, Chairman of the Public Utility Commission was scheduled to be summoned to the Public Utility Commission (COPE) at 10 am on Tuesday. However, it was decided not to meet the committee on schedule. Due to the current political situation in the country, (Professor) Charita Hellas, COPE Chairman said.
At the last COPE meeting, the chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Sri Lanka issued a personal statement, which caused a great deal of domestic controversy over oil prices. The investigation into this was to be based on the statement of the Chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Sri Lanka and the report of the President of Audit on Ceylon Petroleum Corporation and Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminal Limited.
COPE Chair and Parliamentarian (Professor) Charitha Herath said the Commission’s meetings would resume once the current situation settled down.
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