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Parliament Should Be Allowed To Vote Immediately When Reconvened: EU Stresses

The Ambassadors of the European Union, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, the High Commissioner of the United Kingdom, as well as the Ambassadors of Norway and Switzerland have made it clear that Parliament should be allowed to demonstrate its confidence by voting immediately when reconvened.

Sirisena

Issuing a statement, the European Union said it takes note of the summoning of Parliament on November 14 as indicated in the Gazette by President Maithripala Sirisena.

“We consider it essential that Parliament be allowed to demonstrate its confidence by voting immediately when reconvened, in order to resolve the serious uncertainties currently facing the country, ” the statement added.

“Any further delay could damage Sri Lanka’s international reputation and deter investors. Respect by all stakeholders for the provisions of the constitution will be important to maintain the confidence of the Sri Lankan people in democratic governance and the rule of law, ” it further said.

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  • 31
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    But Sri Lanka is the 13th Province of Gramasevaka Siras Polonnaruwa.

    We go by Village Council Laws.

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      ansar

      When people don’t treat their own family well strangers and neighbours are ready to grope their women folks.

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        Coming colour is not very good for Moda Sira. I feel sorry for MR, the even greater (and senile ) dope.
        By the actions of these power-hungry clowns, the country has lost whatever reputation it had for democratic governance. Now the world sees it as just another banana republic, which needs instructions on how to wash its own bottom.
        It is so funny that this allegedly 98% literate country cannot write a coherent Constitution. I hear Lonely Planet is busy apologizing to the tourists who cancelled their bookings.
        Oh yes, and I believe some people in Beijing are licking their chops in anticipation of receiving Katunayaka on freehold.

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        There is a rumour in Colombo circles that the President will dissolve the Parliament tonight which is a blatant violation of the Constitution inviting international organizations to directly intervene in Sri Lanka’s matters.
        The President doesn’t have the power ANYMORE to dissolve the Parliament. The only way is through a Resolution which is passed by 2/3 majority. Otherwise, this Parliament is FIXED for 4 1/2 years.
        People wants an election, there is no question. But the President SHOULD FOLLOW THE CORRECT PATH. Otherwise, why do we have a Constitution?
        His unconstitutional move can be challenged at the SC as they have already endorsed that 19th Amendment supersedes all other provisions in the Constitution.

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          Look at Sirisena, who called Mahinda a dictator in 2015.
          Even Mahinda didn’t violate the Constitution to hold/postpone elections and acted this dictatorial!

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          Champa,
          There is something wrong in the constitutional process of Srilanka. There was a constitution in 1972 and another constitution in 1978 and there were 19 amendments to the constitution after 1978. There is another attempt to create a new constitution after 2015. The purpose of the creation of the amendments were mostly to establish the power of those individuals who were elected on the basis of old constitution. JRJ did that, Chandrika did that, Mahinda did that and Srisena did that. None of the amendments were people oriented or policy oriented. Those who were in power always misused the constitution using the loopholes in the constitution. Unfortunately, even the Chief justices violated and interpreted in their own way to justify the wrong doings. Constitution and the laws are to promote honesty, justice, rule of law but both constitution and rule of law are most of the time to protect unjustice and criminality. Do we need a constitution for these purposes. What was the purpose of 19th amendment.? In 2015 People wanted to get rid of the executive power which was misused by previous Presidents (JRJ, Chandrika, Mahinda). Do we need a constitution that only encourage corruption, misuse of power?

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      Really! I thought that Wal-Ooru Sira goes by the jungle laws of Ooru Varige eddah Aththo.

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        Edwin,
        a man who would not resecpt Constitution and its amendments, but to please the uneducated, what cant he do ?
        Either the man has no conscience, or his should be pathological. His doctor should check whether Sirisena’s mental state is normal ?

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        “There is no greater tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of the law and in the name of justice.”

        Charles-Louis de Secondat, baron de la Brède et de Montesquieu, The Spirit of the Laws

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      Ansar,

      Moda SiRa got caught in the plot hatched by power hungry dirty MaRa and GoTa and their cohorts.

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      Ansar:
      Now you know what happens when you give the highest post in the country to a VILLAGE IDIOT.
      Now this dumb idiot is getting on stage and saying he used only one trump card by removing the PM and replacing with an accused criminal with multiple cases pending, its the same with the new cabinet.
      This Village Idiot cannot comprehend what all this does for the economy.

  • 11
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    ..this man is going to do down a long way. My country is going to go down with him some way. Even if it is only a fraction of this man’s fall, still we all will suffer so much.

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    PRE- COLONIAL HISTORY tells us that Sri Lanka had a long history of political killings and murders. kings killed their own sons, brothers, and wives for political powers in Sri Lanka. Many kings were killed for power in Sri Lankan past history. We do not want to repeat all those today in this modern world of democracy and rule of law. If only MS reconvene parliament on time. we would have installed a stable government now .. if he goes against wish of the majority in Parliament, wish of people and wish of International community to appease China and to protect political interest. I think he is making a political suicide …

  • 3
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    Sri Lanka has lost its sovereignty to the European Union ? This is Ranil’s Work.

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      Bahu, then Sri Lanka should stop begging for aid money from the western world?

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        Tamil from the north

        Bahu is the same old Pathetic Percy.
        Pathetic Percy should get a new avatar and new life.

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        When MR was in power we did not ask for aid, we simply took loans and paid them back. Boasting about getting aids is Ranil’s work

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          You are correct. Except for the bit about paying them back. He only deferred them for his successors to pay back. That way he gets the credit for the white elephant projects and they get the stick for austerity. Smart plan. But we are the victims. You cant love your country and rob from it at the same time.

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          sachooooo really? MR took 100 billion USD and paid his bank accounts 21 billion USD and left the remainder for this government to pay off as loans.

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      Bahu
      Sri Lanka has lost its sovereignty to the Chinese. This is Mahinda’s work.

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      Bahu

      Even when you changed your pseudonym from Percy to Bahu you are still the same old Percy the dated pathetic.

      Go get a new avatar and a new life.

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      Bahu,

      come with a list of countries that you noticed as sent welcome greetings to the FAKE Premiership, and consecutive cabinet posts of the ministries.

      Not just we the people, but EU, USA, India, Scandinavian countries, Austrlia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan ann all developed folks have not yet made any statements welcoming your beloved new FAKE regime number 2.

      Either you have noticed it wrong or your reaction should be connected with your pathology right ?

  • 5
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    Parliament can only vote when reconvened if all members of parliament can find their seats. Could be a case of musical chairs.

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    This is frustrating.

    No country or group of countries have a legitimate &/or ethical right to command a leader of another country, especially when that leader is democratically elected one.

    This is really bullying.

    The most frustrating thing to be seen here is the said EU countries are displaying partiality towards an opposition that has lost credibility after coming to power even though they came to power in democratic way.

    It must be mentioned that SL constitution & the parliamentary tradition clearly show how to make proceedings in parliament & it’s not business for the EU or any other countries to intervene.

    Before all, the said countries must study thoroughly, the SL constitution & ethicality of respecting the 19th amendment that has been purposely/tailor made to handicap the present president.

    It’s shame for EU to threat a small country like Sri Lanka In this manner & if they’re really interested in democracy in Sri Lanka they must press the former PM, RW & the opposition to support dissolving parliament & hold fresh elections to see where’s the mandate today.

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      Isn’t it a bigger shame to accept handouts from other countries because your politicians have taken commissions and bribes and messed up our country’s economy? That’s why we are being dictated to. So stomach it.

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        paddy
        If you have information about handouts/commission paid to politicians & high officials please reveal them.

        I’d like to agree with you to great extent as there’s a great possibility of high ups of small & economically backward countries are bribed in the guise of commissions to have grip on those countries.

        Having decision makers in their grip may have advantages for them; economically & militarily.

        The blame must be passed to the rich countries for this crime.

        The reason for western countries to have RW in high esteem might be that though for the countrymen he’s no longer a person with credibility due to bond scam issue.

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      real rev,
      “The most frustrating thing to be seen here is the said EU countries are displaying partiality towards an opposition that has lost credibility after coming to power even though they came to power in democratic way.”
      Surely even you can’t be that stupid?
      It is Sirisena who has lost credibility. His party was a poor third in the LG elections.
      “the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna, led by former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, came first by winning 40% of the votes and securing the most number of seats and local authorities.[10][11][12] The United National Front led by Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe came second with 29% of the votes whilst the United People’s Freedom Alliance led by President Maithripala Sirisena came third with 12% of the votes.[“
      Your idol Mahinda won 40 %, hardly a landslide. If you don’t know what happened, please don’t make it so obvious.

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        old codger

        Whose fault really it was?

        Why did UNP go for common candidate instead of party man?
        Knowing their candidate is far behind Rajapakse.

        They wanted MS to be proxy; a cat’s paw to get their desires done
        But MS has proven now that he’s not that fool & have already started to fool RW & the UNP.

        Probably you can expect much stronger slaps in the coming days.

        Pls let me say that I don’t have idols in politics.

        But believe that strong bad might be better than weak good.

        Irony is that that weak good in the past has proven without doubt the worst by looting CB.

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      What they say is that we should act according to our constitutional limits which they practice there. If president appoint Dudley Sirisena as a member of the parliament today and appoint him as the prime minister tomorrow, god help us.

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      There are many Goda Perakadoruwas to express big talks in order to sabotage these attempts in resolving the standoff in the August Assembly. Bad show!!!

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      RR:
      As I have mentioned before, Sri Lankan politicians are like schoolboys. And everyone knows that schoolboys have to be disciplined by the schoolmasters. Our politicians are lucky that no one is wielding a cane, though most of them deserve to be caned.

  • 14
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    SriLanka had an International reputation prior to Oct:26th 2018; President MS HAS DAMAGED THAT REPUTATION by his uncouth,treacherous conduct.
    Time has come to pack him of!

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    Investors from the EU shouldn’t be allowed here.

    Tell them to keep their GSP+ for themselves

    We don’t want them.

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      Real Revolutionist
      Then you will soon start eating grass,

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      Real Revolutionist, get ready to eat grass!

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        Goviya (fake)

        Why should I, I have my paddy field & garden.

    • 0
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      UNREAL Revolutionist,

      If not EU and West, who do you want here?
      Chinese? They come here only to bribe the corrupt regimes and steal. That’s all.
      It is well known that they stink and breath bad !!! and hence are not welcome in the civilized world.
      Did you observe general Chinese behaviour in the west?
      Every Chinese man is dreaming of stealing knowledge and technology from the west.
      Every Chinese woman is dreaming of marrying or sleeping with the white man. This is a well observed fact about them in the west.

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        Nimal

        I don’t want anybody here unless global village concept functions perfectly.

        Chinese behavior in the west has no direct impact upon me/us so that’s irrelevant.

        It’s up to Chinese women to select from short chubby Chinese things or long not so chubby non Chinese thing.

        There’s no politics in it; only desires.

  • 5
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    It is now patently clear that the blatant breaches of pledges and promises by Sri Lanka have cost her dearly. GSP was extended by the civilized community of Europe on the understanding that the Tamil issue will be resolved as pledged. It finds its trust absolutely misplaced.
    Who will tolerate cheat and chicanery till eternity? The total loss of trust manifests in the peremptory tone of the order. If the concessions are even suspended, consequences will be dire. Doesn’t EU know that the blow of wrath should be on the solar plexus – Foreign Exchange?.
    The President of Sri Lanka and the Secretary General of Parliament will rue their collective wisdom if the warning goes unheeded.

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    I don’t see any reason for the international community to interfere in our Parliamentary affairs.
    Our Legislative Council was established as far back as 1833.
    We have been strictly following Parliamentary democracy in our governance.
    I wish to remind all MPs that the Parliament is the highest Representative Body which balances Executive’s conduct of power or dictatorial and arbitrary practices.
    Therefore, when a crisis is emerged as a result of President’s failure to follow the Constitution and a democratic path in removing the sitting PM and thereby having two Prime Ministers, the Speaker has the power to call for a division to decide which PM has the majority and then end the crisis. He doesn’t need President’s approval to exercise his authority.
    I wish to remind the President, two PMs, the Speaker and all Representatives of the Parliament that they are ANSWERABLE TO THE PUBLIC first.
    The country is eagerly awaiting to know who has the majority.
    Therefore, I sincerely request all those who were ELECTED BY PEOPLE, please cooperate with the Speaker, who is the Third Citizen of the country, who has the constitutional authority to resolve a crisis between the First Citizen and the Second Citizen(s) that comes under the purview of the Parliament. This is simple logic.

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      The President seems to have a very poor understanding of the Parliamentary affairs and the Constitution.
      He had reportedly told TNA that even if Ranil wins the majority, he would not “reappoint” him as the PM.
      Excuse me, Mr. President, there is no need to “reappoint” him, as he is still the PM!
      The new PM’s position is a tentative, overlapping appointment until his party proves the majority.
      If the new PM wins, then Ranil+UNP will leave the government. They openly say that. I like their straight talk.
      If the majority is in Ranil’s favour, the new PM’s position will become null and void and the House will automatically go back to its previous position.
      On the other hand, if Ranil’s party shows the majority, the President has no other alternative other than accepting him as the PM as he is the party leader who secures the majority in the Parliament.
      The President should know that, he may be the President, but he can’t dictate terms to other political parties or appoint another MP as the PM at his whims and fancies, disregarding the party leader!!!!
      Moreover, the President should understand that there is no room for “his choice” when it comes to Parliamentary practices, rules, customs and traditions that guide House workings. Sri Lanka has upheld them for centuries and they are not written in Standing Orders.
      As the President has now messed up everything with having two-PMs, one elected, one appointed, it is the Speaker who should determine which PM has the majority, by calling a division as the first thing, when the House meets again.
      Based on the results, he will announce who is the PM.
      I am afraid, Mr. President, you have no say there. Your dictatorship ends up at the doorstep of the House.

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        Champa. Thank you so much for your detail revelation. “If Ranil shows the majority the Prez has to accept him as the PM”.but in such a situation, Prez has said the other day that he won’t remain in his post even two hours. Considering the antecedents of this Prez, one cannot take that assurance for granted. He might go back his statement by dropping the blame on the media that the media has misreported his version.

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      This RR is highly worried to see we Sri Lankans live peacefully with the functioning of our machinery in a smooth manner. Just look what a silly remark.”Tell them to keep their GSP+ for themselves, we don’t want them” He talks like the Finance Minister of the fake Govt! and looks a saboteur trying to make this country a perilous state. Frustrated!!!
      .

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        Gratiaen Hewa

        If GSP+ comes with something we don’t want?

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      We certainly endorse the comment of Champa. We appreciate it. Thanks Champa!

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    Level headed Srilankan Patriots!!
    Right now we are dealing with a mad dog who has lost it’s head , in tow with other mad dogs who are blood thirsty and power hungry.
    Headless and brainless eager to bury the loot and crimes of the past.
    We the Patriots should remain and listen to the utterances.
    They may even burn the house down ( Srilanka) . Just be patient and watch the drama.

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    The EU should be told to mind its own bloody business .
    Does the EU go about telling countries like India, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia etc how to govern themselves. No !!!!!!!!! and why, because these countries are governed by educated politicians and not by Yakkos as in Sri Lanka.
    EU diplomats in other countries are not given two shits notice unlike in Sri Lanka where the politicians and people will bend down to lick the shit of their arses.
    One day in the future Sri lankans will not be able to leave a Fart without permission from the EU.

    Only good thing about Sri lankans is they clean their rear with water, where as the EU uses paper. ( not at all healthy ).

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      That’s why they all die very young. Poor Parakrama!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    There goes GSP+ !

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    Mr.Sirisena had to be thankful to both UNP and the minorities who helped in his current position. He should use his position to achieve something concrete for the country and use it to become lawless country of PRE-2015. We were so hopeful in 2015 that we had a NATIONAL UNITY GOVERNTMENT. But both Ranil and Sirisena had messed it up. Who is the HERO OR HEROINE who is going to save Mother Lanka????
    Hold the vote in the Parliament on 14/11/2018 to determine who has GOT the mandate to be PM of GoSL.

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    I don’t know who has the majority, but if Mahinda wins he + Ranil will bring an Impeachment and remove the President democratically.
    President’s politics is toxic to the country. Therefore, people will be very happy to see an early end to it.

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      The impeachment of the President is a MUST who ever wins the floor test, in the betterment
      of a Democratic State and maintenance of good International relationship, which is basic
      to a developing country. All clear thinking Voters will agree I trust?

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        punchinilame
        NO.
        If Ranil wins, Mahinda should not support for an impeachment.
        If it happens, according to the Constitution, the PM (Ranil) will sworn in as the Acting President and continue to hold office for the balance period of Maithri’s tenure in office (i.e. until January 2020.)

  • 3
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    EU appears to suspect quite rightly that a stratagem of disorder may be in the making by either party to compel closure of parliament again – this has happened before – and subsequently prevent reconvening – and dragging the crisis on until either side obtains a majority.

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    Quite apart from the request these nations have made there has to be a record in the hansard of how the parliament remained constituted when it commenced its reconvened session on 14th. At any meeting anywhere it is the normal procedure to mention attendance, absences and those excused at the very commence ment and not in the middle or at the end. These countries are right in taking up this position. It is taking into account the confusion and disagreement prevailing at the moment they have stated this and therefore should not be regarded as interference. After all, it’s not a ‘parippu drop’. The IGP must make sure there won’t be any smart ass trying to stage a ‘fast unto saline drip’ in front of the UN office.

    On the face of it, it would look as if they favour RW. If it is indeed so it has got to be on account of the good relations established by RW whose culture lends itself to that end eminently and which MS now openly detests. The latter’s lip movements and chest-high handshakes were merely for the media and was of no consequence as regards foreign relations.

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    Somebody had better first explain to the President what the EU is.

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      I am sure that Mahinda did ….perhaps Mahinda said EU is part of China.,,,and the bugger believed it

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    It is not a good thing to allow outsiders to intervene in our affairs. But this fool of a president makes avenues for them by his stupid, undemocratic, ungrateful, indecent, shameless decisions and speeches

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    This “International Community” says: “Summon the Parliament”. Do they really know what our “Parliament” is? What does the “International Community” expects from a meeting of “Rogues”; “Criminals”; “Bribe Takers”; “Crooks” to deliver to the Country, and it’s People other than for “Themselves”? Isn’t it better for this “International Community” to back off and allow this county’s people to swim or sink according to their wishes. International Community: Better look after your affairs rather than waste your time on this “Failed State”.

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    Hi buddies, two things would decide the fate of Sirisena and MR junta – the economy and support of the international community. Rupee is in a free fall, economy is tanking on daily basis. People are under going untold sufferings, soon their patients might wear thin, and for all, there going to be huge consequences, and all bandaids wouldn’t work, it should be a constant long term strategy to save the economy. World community is upset about Sirisena’s and MR’s illegal, undermocratic and unconstitutional power grabbing. Sirisena and MR are holding on to a real hot rod and it’s burning them by the minutes. In this, there is nothing for the country or the people but an ill conceived and executed exercise to get Sirisena to be the candidate in 2020 with MR and entire PA support for Ranil and UNP turn down his request. It all plain and simple, well and clearly all to see, so one man’s greed for power is ruining one country and lives of 21 millions of people. If they mess up everything, for the entire Sirisena and MR junta, there going be to penalties to pay like travel, financial bands etc

  • 0
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    Hi buddies, two things would decide the fate of Sirisena and MR junta – the economy and support of the international community. Rupee is in a free fall, economy is tanking on daily basis. People are under going untold sufferings, soon their patients might wear thin, and for all, there going to be huge consequences, and all bandaids wouldn’t work, it should be a constant, sustained, long term strategy to save the economy. World community is upset about Sirisena’s and MR’s illegal, undermocratic and unconstitutional power grabbing. Sirisena and MR are holding on to a real hot rod and it’s burning them by the minutes. In this, there is nothing for the country or the people but an ill conceived and executed exercise to get Sirisena to be the candidate in 2020 with MR and entire PA support for Ranil and UNP turn him down. It all plain and simple, well and clearly all to see, one man’s greed for power is ruining one country and lives of 21 millions people. If they mess up everything, for the entire Sirisena and MR junta, there going be to penalties to pay like travel, financial bands etc

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    Saudi Arabia, the journalist Killers have taken the Muslims MPs to Saudi Arabia in order the Old Royals to have a chance in establishing their majority. Media is reporting that Hakeem and Rishard has gone with all Muslim MPs to evade the 14th and they all will be returning only after 19th. Media reporting Muslim MPs travelling all together like this time never happened in Lankawe history, though they never missed opportunistically use Modaya’s smart brain any time before. Unlike Sampanthar intervened in Sinhala election in 2015, Muslims has left the Modaya Community to sort out their ups within them. So the Bitchy Lankawe’s dirty little coup waiting to be democratically confirmed by parliament majority. This will permanently label bitchy Lankawe as international Pariah state. EU is taking its lesson of sleeping with a flea infested dog, on the bed of GSP+.

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    MS is a coward and his hiding behind a warped interpretation of the constitution to pursue purely selfish goals.

    What he and MR have done is not in the greater good of the country.

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    reading comments here and else where…
    Sri Lanka should tell EU, UN, USA, UK, Germany, etc etc (omitted China form the list) to mind their bloody business, now that they have helped Sri Lanka defeat LTTE..Sri Lanka dont need them any more….

    until we come running with the begging bowl….

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    How many of us noticed that right under our nose, under the pretext of ‘Ape Anduwa’, an elite class was evolving. The elites depend on the EU, US, UK for their survival. The acolytes and sycophants of the elites will advice us to ignore the West. The real losers are the likes of those, for example, who toil on the batteries of factory sewing machines.

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    England have broken through the Galle fortress….bloody hell where is this country heading to?
    Sri Lanka have an excuse any way …..Sri Lanka cricketers’ minds were pre occupied about the political situation in Sri Lanaka. Even Murali’s off filed utterance..about three meals a day …..didnt help!

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      Murali should mind his own business! Yes his own business! without uttering rubbish.
      When did he realise that he’s only a minority.??
      He’s absolutely right. He’s absolutely right from the point of Plantation Tamils.
      Remember the Kallathonies of the British colonial manoeuvre during the tea plantation of the 1930s to 1950s???
      That’s the Minority he’s talking about, not about the indigenous Tamils who are fighting for their rights, lands, and religion.
      He need to read the manuscripts of ancient Tamils of Srilanka.
      Thank you Murali for your selfishness and your selfish advise.
      You may be able to muster millions of Rs . for your golden words during the present political climate.

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    Today gov spokesman gave a fitting reply to EU.

    REAL TRUTH – The EU or majority of its members do not care two hoots about what is happening in SL. Only INGOs and their local agents make noise and get a statement from them after much hardwork. So IGNORE these cries bring down the NGOs in SL

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    I am. in total shock, the ministry that was so well run and the amount of hard work put in by Saith to turn the entire mess created by Wansa Marie biscuit and his lappy tl is given back to him, now marrie biscuit Bana’s lappy can start collecting the 10% once again.

    But will those poor people who were payed put by the fake property developer now behind bars of Marrie biscuit’s partner pay back the money he swindled???

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    The UNP “politics of democracy” want to get crisis -survival by requesting EU nations to bail-out Ranil Wicks to be Primer of next puppet govt. at center of State… Sri lanka. We an opposed that interventions of undermined sovereignty of Parliament and its people by EU nation. Hands off that internal affairs of
    Sri lanka people sovereignty by UK led EU countries old-new colonial forces of high hand!

    In my point of view which many pre-conditions of EU states that new forms of EU
    so-called “globalization of good governances” whether of the delegation ,network of their Corporate social responsibility type that raise troubling questions ?
    Because of Politics of UNP since 2015 January 8th has been Weaken nation state to whom are these mechanism supposed to be accountability ? From where are these UNP political mechanism EU clubs of regulators ,international organization or mega companies get their mandate? Is this who empowers to EU states and policies them? What is that EU ensure voice and vital interest of those who are globally networked are also heard ?

    in fact EU states and UNP of Ranil Wicks a lack of clear democratic accountability relationships.
    As indeed Sri Lankan state the electorate is the ULTIMATE SOURCES OF POLITICAL MANDATE and ELECTIONS the decisive platform for accountability.
    If case of EU sates and UNP hard core leadership by Ranil Wicks DO NOT respond to your electorate constitutions ‘ expectation and aspirations voted are very foundation people sovereignty of Parliament.
    By and large that head counting corrupted members of chamber that 225 old mandate is out.

    In search for the Political democracy, economic sovereignty and social liberation we seek fresh social
    contract challenge new task of democracy by majority of people.

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