The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) has said it was unaware of the measures the government would take in response to the report by the experts panel on Sri Lanka appointed by the UN Secretary General, but was in the process of preparing its final report.
LLRC Media Spokespersonakshman Wickremasinghe has told the media that the LLRC has commenced work on the report to be presented to President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
However, Wickremasinghe says that he could not specify as to when the report would be completed.
The term of the LLRC is to end on May 15.
Members of the government have stated that the government would take steps to respond to the experts panel report after the LLRC releases its final report.
According to Wickremasinghe, the commission was still analyzing and collecting data for the report.
The LLRC it is learnt has commenced writing the first draft of the report, but were also in the process of filling some gaps, which required the commission to meet with some of those who had earlier made submissions to the LLRC again.