23 August, 2019

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They Are Holding “Pandam” – Collure

By Colombo Telegraph –

Raja Collure

Tissa, DEW and Vasu

The 3 left parties had a press conference at Dr. NM Perera Centre to talk about Geneva on March 29, 2010. Senior Minister DEW Gunasekara was waiting for his car to come when Raja Collure came. Raja Collure scolded DEW Gunasekara in front of everybody. Raja is the secretary of the Socialist Alliance but he had not been invited to the press briefing. He shouted at DEW and said Ministers are trying to safeguard their positions. “They are holding ‘pandam’,I am the secretary but I was not invited” he shouted at DEW Gunasekara in front of everybody.

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    Poor Cullure he is right , all of them are drunk with power.

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    can we request CT to provide the video clip of this episode?

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      I was there and I saw the episode. I don’t think anyone videoed it. But it was fun to see old Collure pitch into DEW. A CP friend tells me that the real resason for Raja Collure’s shouting is that now he has no position in MR’s Government and he is frustrated.

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    I think “Left Parties” in the UPFA alliance in a way have no trouble with regard to UNHCR resolution)because China , Cuba and Russia(not communist but at least Putin is there) opposed it, but they have already issued a statement in support of LLRC. Now the question whether they support the accountability issues regarding war crimes.

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    All Bankrupt politicians.

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      Jim, they are bankrupt of Politics but certainly not of money. We the public are going bankrupt with our resources being denued by these Humbugs.

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    They all are there and for many years to come, only for the money
    at their dotage. The days of fighting for Principles are over. MR
    will retain them until his family rule lasts, as a indictaion of “leftist” support.

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    carnival of fools :) :) :) :)

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