22 October, 2020

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UNP wants parliamentary inquiry to establish code of ethics for electronic media

By Colombo Telegraph –

The UNP Working Committee yesterday endorsed a proposal to be vigilant about news reports aired by the Maharaja media network that aim to propagate hatred among party members and to express the party’s opposition to this campaign.

The proposals endorsed by the Working Committee also looks at the possibility of carrying out a parliamentary inquiry in this regard and formulating a code of ethics for the electronic media in the country in line with the practices followed in the United Kingdom.

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    This is a good move. they are really unethical.

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    It’s hilarious to see those who safeguarded unethical media are now crying for restricting them. LOL!!

    This is the true nudity of UNP and others who cry for media freedom. We had witnessed the media freedom during both the JVP de facto gov 89-90 and UNP regime. We had seen how Chandrica cried during the 94 campaign and harassed media while in power.

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    You created it and now you can have it Ranil.

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    what SIRASA TV is doing with UNP issue is highly unacceptale n too much.it is more personnal than political…….should stop now as many moving away from them……..

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    UNP deserves what they get. They were the same like the R brothers from 1977.

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    Both Sirasa and UNP leadership useless

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    Sirisa is spoiling the Sri lankan culture slowly . Sirasa is like a mad road dog, Like a tamil movie . You know those stupid movies they jump two stories high and kick 20 people in one shot? Why not people go against this virus? Our Government run media and our education system should be blame.

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