President’s parely with party leaders ends inconclusively

by Rathindra Kuruvita Yesterday’s party leaders’ meeting, convened by President Maithripala Sirisena to break the political deadlock, in parliament ended inconclusively. “We told the President that we could show a majority again but the President didn’t show much interest,” UNP MP Lakshman Kiriella said last night. MP Ajith P Perera added that the UNP had requested a meeting with the President at 10 am today at the Presidential Secretariat to hand over affidavits from 113 MPs pledging their support for ousted Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. “However he evinced little interest in…

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The Truth is out – Why did Mahinda & Maithiri get together?

Criminal Investigations Department OIC Nishantha Silva HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED Chief investigator on  investigations into attacks on journalists during the tenure of the Rajapaksa’s  ‘White Van’ administration  Abduction and assault of Nation Deputy Editor Keith Noyahr Assassination of Sunday Leader Editor Lasantha Wickrematunge  He was also the main officer on the 11 youth abductions case by an alleged Navy abduction racket – a high profile case that nearly resulted in the arrest of Chief of Defence Staff Ravindra Wijegunaratne. Officer in Charge of CID , Nishantha Silva who Headed Probes Into Many Cases…

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Sirisena Cold Shoulders Wickremesinghe at All Party Meeting

Sirisena Cold Shoulders Wickremesinghe at All Party Meeting and Refrains From Responding to Submissions made by Ranil; Maithripala Shows no Interest in Accepting Affidavits from MP’s Expressing Support to Ousted PM. by Rathindra Kuruvita Yesterday’s party leaders’ meeting, convened by President Maithripala Sirisena to break the political deadlock, in parliament ended inconclusively. “We told the President that we could show a majority again but the President didn’t show much interest,” UNP MP Lakshman Kiriella said last night. MP Ajith P Perera added that the UNP had requested a meeting with…

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President Sirisena has gone on record as saying that some MPs were paid huge sums of money, ranging from Rs. 100 mn to Rs. 500 mn. Why dint he take action against the culprits?

President Sirisena has gone on record as saying that some MPs were paid huge sums of money, ranging from Rs. 100 mn to Rs. 500 mn. Why dint he take action against the culprits? Is it because the bribe was done by his friend Mahinda group? UNP MP had gone on record that he was offered bribe and he has got records to prove it. More questions than answers – Monday 19th November, 2018 No party could muster a working majority in the House on its own at the 2015 general…

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