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36 months imprisonment for Radrodro


Sep 22, 2022 03:13:45 PM

36 months imprisonment for Radrodro The Anti-Corruption Division High Court Judge Justice Thushara Kumarage has sentenced ex-Social Democratic Liberal Party Member of Parliament Salote Radrodro to 36 months imprisonment today.

In his ruling, Justice Kumarage said Radrodro’s sentencing has been partially suspended.

Kumarage said Radrodro will serve 30 months of her sentence with an applicable non-parole period of 24 months and the remaining period of six months is suspended for five years.

In the sentencing, he also highlighted that the court identifies its responsibility to set a profoundly strong signal to the community to discourage potential wrongdoers within the contours of the law.

"Breach of trust-At the time of committee offences in this matter, you were a Parliamentarian of this country for several years."

"As a consequence, I have to view that you were well aware that you will post reforms with trust and responsibility on behalf of your voters on one hand, and you have a responsibility to the constitution of this country on the other hand by the oath of office an oath of allegiance you took in Parliament as claimed by the prosecution."

"The level of trust that was posed on you by your voters was of the highest degree and by breaching the laws you have committed the highest breach of trust in the eyes of the general public and to the Parliament of this country, which the prosecution expects me to consider as an aggravating factor in passing the sentence."

"This is a case where a Parliamentarian has misused allowance provided to the parliamentarians through the parliament Regulation Act of 2014."

"By the use of public money in recognition of the onerous lengthy expected from members of Parliament in the different analysis if not nipped in the bud stage nature by Honourable Members of Parliament could spread like a fungus and cover up the political culture of this country and bring the apparatus of Government to a standstill," he added.

Radrodro is charged with obtaining financial advantage, in breach of the Parliamentary Remuneration Act of 2014 for falsely stating that her permanent residence was in Namulomulo village, Nabouwalu, Bua.

She is alleged to have obtained $37,920 between August 2019 and April 2020.

She has 30 days to apply for an appeal.

By Romeka Romena

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