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Nivard willing to give statement

Nivard willing to give statement

Former Central Bank Governor Nivard Cabraal has said he is willing to come before the Presidential Commission of Inquiry on the Treasury bond scam.

In a statement, regarding suggestion to be summoned to give evidence at the Bond Commission, Cabraal said: “I observed that certain Members of Parliament had suggested that I be summoned before the Bond Commission. In that regard, I wish to state that I would be very happy to give evidence before the Bond Commission and respond to any questions the Commission may wish to clarify. “At the same time, I would welcome the opportunity to provide the Commission: (a) a professional assessment on the total loss that has been suffered by the Government and the country as a result of the bond scam, and (b) a scientific and studied insight into the actions and circumstances that enabled the scam to be carried out.” (FT)

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