20 August, 2017

Breaking News: Here Is the Full Charge-Sheet Against Chief Justice

By Colombo Telegraph

Parliament of Sri Lanka  today published the  Order Paper of November 06, 2012 with the charges against Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake.

We publish the relevant part of Order Paper in full. Alternatively you can read it in the page number 14 here

Hon. T. Ranjith De Zoysa
Hon. Palany Thigambaram
Hon. Douglas Devananda
Hon. Mohan Lal Grero
Hon. V. S. Radhakrishnan
Hon. S. B. Dissanayake
Hon. Reginold Cooray
Hon. Nandimithra Ekanayake
Hon. Weerakumara Dissanayake
Hon. Gitanjana Gunawardena
Hon. Mahinda Amaraweera
Hon. Muthu Sivalingam
Hon. Lasantha Alagiyawanna
Hon. Sanath Jayasuriya
Hon. Lakshman Wasantha Perera
Hon. Jagath Balasuriya
Hon. (Al-Haj) A. H. M. Azwer
Hon. Dullas Alahapperuma
Hon. Mahindananda Aluthgamage
Hon. (Mrs.) Pavithradevi Wanniarachchi
Hon. Duleep Wijesekera
Hon. (Mrs) Sriyani Wijewickrama
Hon. (Mrs) Malani Fonseka
Hon. Dayasritha Thissera
Hon. Vinayagamoorthi Muralidaran
Hon. M. L. A. M. Hizbullah
Hon. A. L. M. Athaulla
Hon. M. K. A. D. S. Gunawardana
Hon. Bandula Gunawardane
Hon. Nirmala Kotalawala
Hon. Vijitha Berugoda
Hon. Janaka Wakkumbura
Hon. H.R. Mithrapala
Hon. Lalith Dissanayake
Hon. Wijaya Dahanayake
Hon. Sarana Gunawardena
Hon. Lakshman Senewiratne
Hon. Achala Jagodage
Hon. Salinda DissanayakeHon. Rohitha Abeygunawardana
Hon. (Miss) Kamala Ranathunga
Hon. Jayarathne Herath
Hon. Rohana Dissanayake
Hon. Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena
Hon. A. P. Jagath Pushpakumara
Hon. Arundika Fernando
Hon. Shantha Bandara
Hon. (Dr.) Ramesh Pathirana
Hon. Victor Antony
Hon. Sarath Kumara Gunaratne
Hon. S. M. Chandrasena
Hon. Manusha Nanayakkara
Hon. Janaka Bandara Tennakoon
Hon. Milroy Fernando
Hon. Lohan Ratwatte
Hon. Hunais Farook
Hon. (Mrs) Upeksha Swarnamali
Hon. (Mrs.) Sumedha G. Jayasena
Hon. Piyankara Jayaratne
Hon. Hemal Gunasekera
Hon. Thenuka Vidanagamage
Hon. Kumara Welgama
Hon. Janaka Bandara
Hon. Vidura Wickramanayaka
Hon. A. R. M. Abdul Cader
Hon. Ruwan Ranatunga
Hon. Felix Perera
Hon. Tharanath Basnayaka
Hon. (Dr.) Rohana Pushpa Kumara
Hon. Premalal Jayasekara
Hon. Sanee Rohana Kodithuvakku
Hon. Neranjan Wickremasinghe
Hon. C. B. Rathnayake
Hon. Duminda Dissanayake
Hon. Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena
Hon. Gamini Wijith Wijithamuni De Zoysa
Hon. P. Dayaratna
Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala
Hon. Gamini Lokuge
Hon. Earl Gunasekara
Hon. C. A. Suriyaarachchi
Hon. Udith Lokubandara
Hon. V. K. Indika
Hon. T. B. Ekanayake
Hon. P. Piyasena
Hon. Gunaratne Weerakoon
Hon. A. M. Chamika Buddhadasa
Hon. Siripala Gamalath
Hon. Indika Bandaranayake
Hon. Tissa Karalliyadda
Hon. Praba Ganesan
Hon. Susantha Punchinilame
Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Sudarshini Fernandopulle
Hon. Jeewan Kumaranatunga
Hon. Ranjith SiyambalapitiyaHon. S. B. Nawinne
Hon. (Dr.) Sarath Weerasekara
Hon. Sajin De Vass Gunawardena
Hon. J. R. P. Suriyapperuma
Hon. Shehan Semasinghe
Hon. Keheliya Rambukwella
Hon. Dilum Amunugama
Hon. Eric Prasanna Weerawardhana
Hon. W. B. Ekanayake
Hon. Roshan Ranasinghe
Hon. Nimal Wijesinghe
Hon. S.C. Mutukumarana
Hon. Nishantha Muthuhettigamage
Hon. (Ven.) Ellawala Medhananda Thero
Hon. Perumal Rajathurai
Hon. Silvastrie Alantin
Hon. (Mrs.) Nirupama Rajapaksa
Hon. Y. G. Padmasiri
Hon. Navin Dissanayake
Hon. Chandrasiri Gajadeera
Hon. Basheer Segu Dawood
Hon. H. M. M. Harees, -Resolution as per Article 107(2) of the Constitution for a motion of Parliament to be presented to His Excellency the President for the removal of the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake from the office of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka,—

1. Whereas by purchasing, in the names of two individuals, i.e. Renuka Niranjali Bandaranayake and Kapila Ranjan Karunaratne using special power of attorney licence bearing No. 823 of Public Notary K.B. Aroshi Perera that was given by Renuka Niranjali Bandaranayake and Kapila Ranjan Karunaratne residing at No. 127, Ejina Street, Mount Hawthorn, Western Australia, 6016, Australia, the house bearing No. 2C/F2/P4 and assessment No. 153/1-2/4 from the housing scheme located at No. 153, Elvitigala Mawatha, Colombo 08 belonging to the company that was known as Ceylinco Housing and Property Company and City Housing and Real Estate Company Limited and Ceylinco Condominium Limited and is currently known as Trillium Residencies which is referred in the list of property in the case of fundamental rights application No. 262/2009, having removed another bench of the Supreme Court which was hearing the fundamental rights application cases bearing Nos. 262/2009, 191/2009 and 317/2009 filed respectively in the Supreme Court against Ceylinco Sri Ram Capital Management, Golden Key Credit Card Company and Finance and Guarantee Company Limited belonging to the Ceylinco Group of Companies and taking up further hearing of the aforesaid cases under her court and serving as the presiding judge of the benches hearing the said cases; (18)

2. Whereas, in making the payment for the purchase of the above property, by paying a sum of Rs 19,362,500 in cash, the manner in which such sum of money was earned had not been disclosed, to the companies of City Housing and Real Estate Company Limited and Trillium Residencies prior to the purchase of the said property;

3. Whereas, by not declaring in the annual declaration of assets and liabilities that should be submitted by a judicial officer, the details of approximately Rs. 34 million in foreign currency deposited at the branch of NDB Bank located at Dharmalpala Mawatha, Colombo 07 in accounts 106450013024, 101000046737, 100002001360 and 100001014772 during the period from 18 April 2011 to 27 March 2012;

4. Whereas, by not declaring in the annual declaration of assets and liabilities that should be submitted by a judicial officer the details of more than twenty bank accounts maintained in various banks including nine accounts bearing numbers 106450013024, 101000046737, 100002001360, 100001014772, 100002001967, 100101001275, 100110000338, 100121001797 and 100124000238 in the aforesaid branch of NDB Bank;

5. Whereas, Mr. Pradeep Gamini Suraj Kariyawasam, the lawful husband of the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake is a suspect in relation to legal action initiated at the Magistrate’s Court of Colombo in connection with the offences regarding acts of bribery and/or corruption under the Commission to Investigate into Allegations of Bribery or Corruption Act, No 19 of 1994; Whereas, the post of Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission which is vested with powers to transfer, disciplinary control and removal of the Magistrate of the said court which is due to hear the aforesaid bribery or corruption case is held by the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake as per Article 111D (2) of the Constitution;

Whereas, the powers to examine the judicial records, registers and other documents maintained by the aforesaid court are vested with the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake under Article 111H (3) by virtue of being the Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission;

Whereas, the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake becomes unsuitable to continue in the office of the Chief Justice due to the legal action relevant to the allegations of bribery and corruption levelled against Mr. Pradeep Gamini Suraj Kariyawasam, the lawful husband of the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake in the aforesaid manner, and as a result of her continuance in the office of the Chief Justice, administration of justice is hindered and the fundamentals of administration of justice are thereby violated and whereas not only administration of justice but visible administration of justice should take place; (19)

6. Whereas, despite the provisions made by Article 111H of the Constitution that the Secretary of the Judicial Service Commission shall be appointed from among the senior judicial officers of the courts of first instance, the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake acting as the Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission by virtue of being the Chief Justice, has violated Article 111H of the Constitution by disregarding the seniority of judicial officers in executing her duties as the Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission through the appointment of Mr. Manjula Thilakaratne who is not a senior judicial officer of the courts of first instance, while there were such eligible officers;

7. Whereas, with respect to the Supreme Court special ruling Nos. 2/2012 and 3/2012 the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake has disregarded and /or violated Article 121 (1) of the Constitution by making a special ruling of the Supreme Court to the effect that the provisions set out in the Constitution are met by the handing over of a copy of the petition filed at the court to the Secretary General of Parliament despite the fact that it has been mentioned that a copy of a petition filed under Article 121 (1) of the Constitution shall at the same time be delivered to the Speaker of Parliament;

8. Whereas, Article 121(1) of the Constitution has been violated by the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake despite the fact that it had been decided that the mandatory procedure set out in the said Article of the Constitution must be followed in accordance of the interpretation given by the Supreme Court in the special decisions of the Supreme Court bearing Nos. 5/91, 6/91, 7/91 and 13/91;

9. Whereas, irrespective of the absolute ruling stated by the Supreme Court in the fundamental rights violation case, President’s Counsel Edward Francis William Silva and three others versus Shirani Bandaranayake (1992 New Law Reports of Sri Lanka 92) challenging the appointment of the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake, when she was appointed as a Supreme Court judge, she has acted in contradiction to the said ruling subsequent to being appointed to the office of the Supreme Court judge;

10.Whereas, the Supreme Court special rulings petition No. 02/2012 filed by the institution called Centre for Policy Alternatives to which the Media Publication Section ‘Groundview’ that had published an article of the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake, while she was a lecturer of the Law Faculty of the University of Colombo prior to becoming a Supreme Court judge, has been heard and a ruling given; (20)

11. Whereas, in the case, President’s Counsel Edward Francis William Silva and three others versus Shirani Bandaranayake (1992 New Law Reports of Sri Lanka 92) that challenged the suitability of the appointment of the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake who holds the office of the Chief Justice and thereby holds the office of the ex-officio Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission in terms of the Constitution, Attorney-at-Law L.C.M. Swarnadhipathi, the brother of the Magistrate Kuruppuge Beeta Anne Warnasuriya Swarnadhipathi filed a petition against the appointment of the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake owing to which the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake has harassed the said Magistrate Kuruppuge Beeta Anne Warnasuriya Swarnadhipathi;

12. Whereas, the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake who holds the office of the Chief Justice and thereby holds the office of the ex-officio Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission in terms of Article 111D (2) of the Constitution has, by acting ultra vires the powers vested in her by the Article 111H of the Constitution ordered the Magistrate (Mrs.) Rangani Gamage’s right to obtain legal protection for lodging a complaint in police against the harassment meted out to her by Mr. Manjula Thilakaratne, the Secretary of the Judicial Service Commission;

13. Whereas, the said Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake being the Chief Justice and thereby being the Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission, in terms of Article 111D (2) of the Constitution, has abused her powers by ordering the Magistrate (Mrs.) Rangani Gamage to obtain permission of the Judicial Service Commission prior to seeking police protection thereby preventing her from exercising her legal right to obtain legal protection;

14. Whereas, the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake by performing her duties as the Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission has referred a letter through the Secretary of the Judicial Service Commission to the Magistrate (Mrs.) Rangani Gamage, calling for explanation from her as to why a disciplinary inquiry should not be conducted against her for seeking protection from the Inspector General of Police by exercising her legal right;

By acting in the aforesaid manner,—

(i) whereas it amounts to improper conduct or conduct unbecoming of a person holding the office of the Chief Justice;

(ii) whereas she had been involved in matters that could amount to causes of action or controversial matters, (21)

(iii) whereas she had influenced the process of delivery of justice,

(iv) whereas there can be reasons for litigants to raise accusations of partiality/ impartiality, she has plunged the entire Supreme Court and specially the office of the Chief Justice into disrepute.

Therefore we, the aforementioned Members of Parliament resolve that a Select Committee of Parliament be appointed in terms of Article 107 (3) of the Constitution read with the provisions of Article 107 (2) and Standing Order 78 A of Parliament enabling the submission of a resolution to His Excellency the President for the removal of the Hon. (Dr.) (Mrs.) Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake from the office of the Chief Justice of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka in the event the Select Committee reports to Parliament that one or more of the charges that have been levelled have been proved after the aforesaid charges of misconduct have been investigated.

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    No charge for hoarding foreign currency illegally at home by the brother in law ,Chairman, Sri Lankan Airlines .This is the law of the Land one for his kith and kin and supporters and another for those who do not toe his line and dance to his tune.
    Who cares for the Mahanayakes the Rulers do what they like

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    Leave those silly questions by dim-witted commentators aside, I do not think gamini has a memory lapse or a comprehension problem; he just act blind whenever he wanted to. Otherwise would he write; “The charge sheet against the CJ seem to revolve round the purchase of two housing units … long before she was appointed CJ, by MR.”

    I am no lawyer, but I believe, I have experience and can comprehend English good enough to understand a charge sheet. If learned as he displays, gamini also should have noticed that item 1 above, clearly charge CJ for removing the bench that was hearing case nos. 262/2009, 191/2009 and 317/2009 and taking them under her and later buying two housing units referred in the list of properties belong to a company said cases were filed against.

    Sure, CJ could evade both tax returns and the ownership problem like SB when he faced questions such as where he got money to build that luxurious house etc. Just like SB said his daughter in law had lend him the money, CJ also could say that her in-laws to be lend her Rs.1.9m to pay for those two housing units or the real owner is not her but her brother in Australia. Besides such answers open up another Pandora box, are such answers acceptable to laymen like us? No.

    Two apartments being directly linked to court cases CJ herself presided, she should not have bought them under any circumstances. Surely, those two apartments couldn’t have been the only properties available in Colombo to buy.

    On the other hand, if those apartments were offered to her at a bargain price by interested parties as prices reflect, it is obvious she couldn’t have resisted the temptation to buy them. As an outsider, I think, that’s what had happened.

    Arranging power of attorney etc may give a cover in a court of law and a corrupt one at that but not at a select committee full of Mervins who looks at things like simple Simons do. I don’t know about gamini, but for me, Rs. 34 million in foreign currencies in twenty odd bank accounts operated by CJ is absolutely mind boggling. If that is true, CJ is not even pale white let alone lily white.

    Like CJ, most Judges do not know or care about public opinion or their problems or their inconvenience. They are unto their own world and think only their respect and status. One only has to go to a rural court to experience it.

    We see; politicians are scorned, ridiculed and mocked by cartoonists every day and day after for their faults and failings. We criticize them left right and centre. Moreover, if we do not like them, we get a chance to discard them in every six years. Even the President, we can send him home in every six years; last time we got that opening in just four years.

    Unlike for politicians we fear judges. No one dares draw cartoons to tease upon judges or their judgments. Indeed it’s a risky thing to do even for a minister as SB learned it the hard way. Needless to say then, judges have to be above board. But are they? No. It’s a common knowledge that many judges have their favorite attorneys to do all sorts of deals under cover. Unlike politicians, public has no way to remove Judges however bad they were. Therefore, standard for judging judges have to be far above checking politicians in every way.
    Leela

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      Harold Leelawardene, the masculine who posed as a feminine, my contention is that this CJ is no paragon of virtue. She is as corrupt as your other idols and MR supercedes all. The charges brought against her here, pales in to insignificance when you compare others and their activity. Here the CJ has to account for some Rs. 34 Million in the NDB bank. What about Wickremasinghe Chairman Air Lanka? MR’s Brother in Law? found with over Rs. 24 million stashed away at home?

      Yes I comcede many Judges, Lawyers, Politicians and you Leelawardene inclusive are corrupt to the core. Can you or anyone else level such charges against Ranil Wickremasinghe as he also has held office.

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        Gamini, may be leela cant find her sexual orientation. That may be the reason her or his to use various pseudo names on and on

        Ane habatama ratakata giya kala – claiming to have got doctoral level education – but behaving not second to Mervin.

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      Thanks, Leela, for clarifying things.

      It sounds like lawyers are amassing wealth and property, while caring little about truth or justice, in Sri Lanka too.

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      Undoubtedly they are well known parasites like GP’s, bounty hunters.

      If I write in Latin/Spanish or French you will never understand it’s beyond a kangaroo’s comprehension.

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    This is a funny country we live in. The general who won the war was imprisoned on trumped up charges while terrorists like Karuna, Pillayan, KP, George Master and Daya Master are free. Thugs, drug dealers and murderers like Mervin and Duminda are members of parliament. People who go against the regime are abducted in white vans. Journalists are killed or made to vanish. TV stations are burnt and newspaper presses are vandalized. Military men with allegations of war crimes are sent as ambassadors abroad. The Chief Justice is going to be impeached for doing her job.The president of the country, defence secretary, speaker of parliament and minister of economic development are all brothers from one family and people still call this country a democracy. :)

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      yes, we may be the first banana republic in the world to put a Chief Justice in jail as much as we did to the former Army Commander!

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      Presidunce – You’re absolutely right. Isn’t it incredible?! And you still have the apologists like GL, Rajiva, Dayan, Malinda et al – all intelligent guys (although one still wonders about that!), well educated, sophisticated, and who ALL probably have a very low opinion (deep down) of the ruling triad and most of the bumpkins in the cabinet – still bowing and scraping. What a bunch of hypocrites!

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    How come media minister Keheliya (kehel-mal) Rambukwella along with other Govt. ministers, JUST HOURS before the CJ impeachment motion brought before parliament vehemently denied in public that there is no such motion and the public is misled by false propaganda. Also many other ministers claim that they signed on BLANK PAPERS in President’s house. Many other admit that this impeachment is a revenge on CJ for blocking Divi Neguma bill. Let the truth come out from this case and the culprits are punished before public. Keep up and thank you for your good work CT.

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      Minister Kehelmal is almost like a parasite.In press briefings he behaves as if he is convinced everything about anything. But the reality is just leaving pallatable knowing the distasteful reality of what the issue is. This kind of lawyers are products of lanken law college.- SHI…. SHI… SHI… LANKENS ARE GONE TO DOGS… today. He can act however he thinks is fine. See, they the guys under MRs rule, behave as if the state and nation are their own property.

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        Is this the guy who jumped from 3rd floor hotel balcony in Australia and tried to commit suicide. May be he can’t remember anything after the fall.

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    Garry – Serious citizens long ago stopped paying any attention to Kehelmala who is nothing but air. What more, even MR or influential ministers never view him with any seriousness. When the fellow fell from that Australian hotel from the 3rd floor p..s drunk they expected they have seen the last of him.

    He is kept to satisfy the records someone
    from the Kandyan areas is given some importance. If you check his records carefully the man has been caught fumbling very often. But his most remarkable guffaw was in a Media Conference – at the time of the GSP+ when he was asked his views – he did not know what the heck it was. He turned to another dope aide who told him it is a tax from the EU. When he told the Conference this is a next tax, everyone burst out in laughter. He is one of our SENIOR ministers???

    Senguttuvan

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    Many of the Tamil MPs who have signed are saying they have been forced to do it.

    Anthony George

    Don’t Joke – They would have happily done that for a bribe or due to their foolishness/naivety

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    gamini,
    Your values and principles must be getting a mouthful from me, otherwise why single out and pick on just me for using a pen name. Perhaps you are blind not to see many a commentator here uses pseudonyms. Pray tell why is it bad for me and not others?

    You see, I am not using this forum to dig out or hit at personal lives of individuals using a pseudonym. All I have been trying to high light here in general is current political and economic point of view of the majority in Sri Lanka. Perhaps you wish someone would find my address and send a white van for me. If boorish and aggressive mobs of your ilk do not like my writing, I cannot help. For one thing; so long as moderator publishes my comments, I shall continue to post it.

    Now, you chose to touch upon my gender and sexuality with adverse remarks. First, I must stress that I have no sexual orientation problem like your hero deem to have. I mean, I am not favourably disposed towards man-gala or ranil-gala types. I’d rather be straight. If you crave for more information about me, get in touch with the current UNP chairman he might help you out. Anyway, I cannot understand what relevance does my gender or education have to do with banters we humour here? There is no contest for a winner here is there? I am known to those that matter. I don’t like crazy people barge in where I live.

    Next, a word about your man RanilW you are endeavouring so hard to promote: It’s a common knowledge now that the character of the man is such he just cannot represent the majority in this country. It’s no secret that RanilW’s policies and tactics made many a born UNPers like my family to abandon ship. So have very many top guns like Senanayakes, Mathews, Cooreys and etc. Buddies of RanilW, selected colombians, all types of evangelists and separatists sympathizers have gobbled up the grand old party. Their only hope is Rajapakses will be unpopular soon, and the presidency will be handed down to RanilW in a platter. You cannot see such reality from a far especially through a binocular with a green beam of light. I pity you.
    Leela

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    GordonS & ShermanF (Nov 06) If you will permit me, Faizer M could not have contributed to the drafting. He is a mediocre lawyer who cannot
    claim a practise worth mentioning. He cannot speak/write English too well. His advantage is his father – the able and brilliant Faiz M, PC. Many of us were shocked when the Jr was made a P.C. recently. He got into major politics by default due to the machinations of a plantation politician – afraid he might be caught for graft and corruption.
    He thought having Senior Mustapha on his side helps – and so Jr was
    thrust into plantatin politics, where he was unwanted. There was strong opposition from most members of the Party in question. Faizer eventually cut the neck of his leader and “jumped” to the Govt at the first opportunity. He can neither write well nor make a public speech.

    Senguttuvan

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    The CJ should stand firm and not cave in..
    This is war – so one sensible thing she can and should do is to go back and review the cases before her and vote with her conscience and not with the view to support the MR clan which she may have had the inclination to do. Specifically annul the Special Determination on the Expropriation Bill so that all properties and businesses robbed would have to be returned to lawful owners.

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    All the green men are waiting foe the drama to begin… And so are you?

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    Most of the charges do not refer dates of said wrongful acts done.Is that a mistake?

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    Most of the charges do not refer dates of the said wrongful acts done.Is that a mistake?

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