17 November, 2018

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SLFP Central Committee Decides To Support 19th Amendment

The SLFP central committee has decided to support the proposed 19th Amendment to the constitution. The SLFP central committee meeting was held today under the auspices of President Maithripala Sirisena.

Anura Yapa 3Party secretary Anura Yapa Priyadarshana Yapa told media that the President had assured the SLFP central committee that the 20th amendment to the constitution would be adopted as soon as possible and that Parliament would be dissolved thereafter.

The presentation of 19th Amendment to the Constitution in Parliament had been postponed until April 27 followed by a vote on April 28.

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    Good decision by the SLFP central committee. Trust the 19A will be passed on the 27th.
    All the politicians who tries to sabotage this amendment must be black listed and thrown away to the dump yard for ever.

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      Mr. Anura Yapa Priyadarshana Yapa

      “The SLFP central committee has decided to support the proposed 19th Amendment to the constitution. The SLFP central committee meeting was held today under the auspices of President Maithripala Sirisena.”

      Yes. Country first, and take the right decision. Get the Country and House in Order so that Mahinda Rajapaksa Crook No. II will not wreck it again.

      “Mata Pera Rata”. Country Before Me.

      Ich bin ein Sri Lankaner.

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    Thank you Mr. Anura Yapa. You are doing the right thing.

    Cheers
    Jude

  • 2
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    which faction of the SLFP?

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      Nimal Siripala-led faction, not Wimal Weerawansa. SLFP has two factions one is 31 MPs other is 113. the 31 MPs are in government while others are in opposition. Another faction is Mahinda Rajapaksa-sponsored goons represented by Vasu, Udaya, Dinesh, and Wimal.

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    The Purewesi Balavegaya should target the electorates/districts of the MPs who vote against the 19th Amendment and ensure they are defeated.

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    The central committee should also have an Action Plan for those SLFP MPP who do not toe the Line.

    As for Vasu,Dinesh gang their days in Parliament is coming to an end!

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    Brilliant

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    All those who oppose this amendment should be labelled as traitors, as they don’t want democracy but only interested in plundering the country.

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    Well done MS you have defeated MR’S Madamulama terrorism. Lets rid SL of the horapakshyas. The Truth will always TRIUMPH

  • 0
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    Well done SLFP to do effectively a course correction, without this amendment the country was running the risk of going into a total authoritarian style ruling. When someone placed above the rule of law of the country, he would think that way even if he was accidently removed by people. With kind of politicians we have been producing of late, this might not be the end. If the offer provided by the sitting President is right and if a herd of MPs would accept, result would be yet another amendment reversing the good work done by you all. Knowing the shrewdness of our politicians, the electoral changes being brought should reflect that a MP elected by people represent them fully for the period they elected him/her, rather than putting a somersault for their benefit. If he or she didn’t like the way the party they belongs going forward, either they could resign or become an independent/neutral member and vote at the house as they see right.

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    Latest is that the perpetrated decision of the SLFP Central Committee, to support the 19th Amendment is a hoax of Nimal Siripla De Silva and this scum bag Anura Priyadharshana Yapa who are carrying the brief for MR, obviously for payment to scuttle. These buggers will learn a bitter lesson at the next General Election where they will be swept away from Politics of this country.

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