Weeks, who appeared before the House early this week to answer to the queries, told the House that, the Bank printed a total of L$5 billion after its request to print additional banknotes was granted by the body.
Following this disclosure, the CBL Governor could not say how much mutilated notes were on the market prior to its request, but rather requested to make full disclosure to the body behind closed door on grounds that, the matter was sensitive and could not be discussed in open Plenary.
According to Grand Kru County Representative Numene Bartekwa, Governor Weeks informed the Plenary when he was invited.
Bartekwa, a renowned Liberian has been a key protagonist for the removal of mutilated banknotes from the Liberian market.
He has written several communications to the House relative to the proliferation of damaged Liberian dollar banknotes on the market.
In that light, the House has constituted a Committee to communicate with the CBL to ensure that it exercises proper oversight as the bank prepares to carry on the task, with the committee expected to report to the Plenary in two weeks.