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Despite media reports that the government might dissolve parliament this week in order to ensure the holding of elections in early April, The Sunday Morning learns that the government is looking at dissolving parliament during the first week of March.

Secretary to the President, Dr. P. B. Jayasundera had recently requested details from the Elections Commission about the dates for nominations and the holding of election in the event parliament is dissolved on 2 March.

A senior Government source told The Sunday Morning that the government would look at dissolving parliament early March as planned earlier and look at an election date towards end of April.

“We (the government) will need the support of the opposition to form the two-thirds majority in parliament to dissolve the House earlier than the previously planned date. However, there are doubts whether the opposition would support such a motion in parliament,” the senior government source said, adding that the in the event the opposition did not support the motion resulting in its defeat in parliament, the government did not want to commence its election campaign following a defeat.

It is also learnt that parliament would be dissolved on 2 March and the general election is expected to be held on 25 April. Nominations are likely to be called between 11th and 17th April.

The new parliament is likely to convene early May.

27Sri Lanka Politics - Page 2 Empty TYPICAL POLITICIAN Fri Apr 10, 2020 3:04 am

Yahapalanaya


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PS member and 4 others remanded over alleged rape



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Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) Thanamalwila Pradeshiya Sabha member R.A. Ranaweera and four others have been arrested and remanded in connection with the alleged rape of a 13-year-old mentally challenged girl.
A senior police official said that the suspects were remanded till April 16 after produced in the Embilipitiya Magistrate’s Court.
He said the suspects had allegedly raped the girl from Kiriwewa area at times for more than three months and that she was admitted to the Hambantota General Hospital for medical examination and treatment.
The arrested were identified as age between 17 and 70.
Meanwhile, former Parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa condemning the alleged incident, has assured that the ongoing investigations into the alleged incident will not be influenced by the political leadership.

28Sri Lanka Politics - Page 2 Empty Re: Sri Lanka Politics Fri Apr 10, 2020 6:48 am

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මට තියෙන එකම කනගාටුව.... මේ සිස්ටම් එකෙන් විඳවන අයම මේ සිස්ටම් එක පවත්වාගෙන යන්න උදව් කිරීමයි...

29Sri Lanka Politics - Page 2 Empty Re: Sri Lanka Politics Fri Apr 10, 2020 6:56 am

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Total cases of same type > 500 with in 2020, its a tragedy as a country

30Sri Lanka Politics - Page 2 Empty Re: Sri Lanka Politics Sun Apr 12, 2020 8:38 am

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Balangoda Mayor allegedly pours kerosene on vegetables



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Mayor of the Balangoda Urban Council (UNP) Chamika Wewagedara has destroyed a stock of vegetables set for sale, by pouring kerosene over them, vendors said.

One vendor said that they had transported a stock of vegetables from Bandarawela adding that they were unaware of the fact that the Ratnapura area was still under curfew.

"As we had no way to go back to Bandarawela along with the vegetables, we prepared them for sale for people at very reasonable prices. However, the Balangoda Mayor who rushed to the location, poured kerosene over the vegetables," he said. It was absolutely unfair to act in such a ruthless manner," the vendor added.

The vendors urged President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to look into the incident and take action against the Mayor. 

Meanwhile, the Balangoda Mayor said the Municipal Council officers had informed the concerned vendors several times, requesting them not to sell vegetables in the area. “However, they did not heed our officers and continued to sell the vegetables," the Mayor said.

"It is my duty and responsibility to act in accordance with the orders of the Governor and to see everything is in place in the municipality" the Mayor added.(Sheain Fernandopulle)

31Sri Lanka Politics - Page 2 Empty Re: Sri Lanka Politics Sun Apr 12, 2020 9:57 am

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This is the side effects , i can remember some doctors spread news that virus will exist on vegetables long time. We should have a systematic approach.


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