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@samaritan wrote:Going by the arguments presented court ruling will be in favour of GR. Once the new alliance between SLPP & SLFP is announced can expect a bullish trend in the market.

I too wish the same. Very Happy

sell when others buy....
buy when others sell....

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ප.ව. 1.33 - ආණ්ඩුක්‍රම ව්‍යවස්ථාවේ 52 වන වගන්තිය බැලූ කල යම් පුද්ගලයෙකුට අමාත්‍යංශ ලේකම්ධූරයක් දැරීම සදහා ඔහු ශ්්‍රී ලාංකික පුරවැසියෙකු වීම අත්‍යවශ්‍ය නොවන බව ඉතාම පැහැදිලිය. ඔහු හෝ ඇය එවැනි ධූරයකට තේරී පත්වීමේදී දිව්රුම් ප්‍රකාශයක් සිදුකරන අතර එහිදී තමන් රාජ්‍යට පක්ෂපාතීව කටයුතුකරන බවට පොරොන්දුවේ. නමුත් ශ්රී ලාංකිකයෙකු වීම අත්‍යවශය නොවේ. නමුත් රටේ ජනාධිපතිවරයා වශයෙන් තෙරී පත්වීමට හෝ පාර්ලිමේන්තු මන්තීවරයෙකු වීම සදහා ශ්රී ලාංකිකයෙකු වීම අත්‍යවශ්ය බව ආණ්ඩුක්‍රම ව්‍යවස්ථාව ඉතාම පැහැදිලිව දක්වා ඇත - නීතීඥ සුරේන් ප්‍රනාන්දු.

ප.ව. 1.13 (පැහැදිලිකිරීම්) - මෙම වාර්තාකිරීම සිදුකරනුයේ විවෘත අධිකරණයේ සිට නොවේය. මෙම තොරතුරු සමබිම වෙත අධිකරණ භූමිය සහ ශාලාවේ සිටින විවිධ පාර්ශව වෙතින් අප වෙත ලැබෙන තොරතුරු කියවා බලා, සුදුසු පරිදි පරිවර්තනය කර එසැනින් යාවත්කාලීනකිරීමකි. ඇතැම්විට අභ්‍යන්තර තොරතරු අපවෙත ලැබීමේ ප්‍රමාදයන් නිසා හෝ ලැබෙන තොරතරුවල විශ්වාසනියත්වය පිළිබද ගැටලු නිසාවෙන් යාවත්කාලීනකිරීම ප්‍රමාද විය හැක. ඒ හැරුණු කොට පක්ෂග්‍රාහීව තොරතරු සගවාගැනිමක් සිදුනොවේ. සමබිම යනු නීතියේ ආධිපත්‍ය වෙනුවෙන් පෙනී සිටින්නක් මිස දේශපාලකයෙකුගේ අභිවෘද්ධිය වෙනුවෙන් පෙනී සිටින්නක් නොවේ.
ඉහළ අධිකරණවල සිදුවන පෙත්සම් විභාග සාමාන්‍ය පාසල් විවාදවලට වඩා බොහෝ සෙයින් වෙනස් බවද සලක්න්න. එක් නීතීඥවරයෙකු ඉදිරිපත්කරන තර්කවලට ප්‍රති තර්ක ඉදිරිපත්කිරීම සිදුවන්නේ බොහෝ සෙයින් සියුම්වය. තර්ක සෘජුවම ආමන්ත්‍රණයකිරීමක් සිදුනොවන තරම් වන අතර බොහෝ විට සිදුවන්නේ පැරණි නඩුතීන්දු දේශපාලන සංසිද්ධීන් භාවිත කර තම සේවාදායකයාගේ ක්රියාවන්හි නිරවද්‍යතාවය ඔප්පුකිරීම, පෙත්සමට අදාළ වන රටේ මූලික නීතියෙහි සහ නීතිමය මූලධර්ම ඒ ඒ පාර්ශවවලට වාසිසහගත වන ආකාරයට නිර්වචනයකිරීම මිස ප්‍රතිපක්ෂයේ තර්ක එකහෙලා බිද දැමීමක්ම නොවේ. ඇතැම් අවස්ථාවක පමණක් ප්‍රති පක්ෂයේ තර්ක අභිබවා යන කරුණු ඉදිරිපත්විය හැකි අතර තර්ක බිද දැමීම් බහුතර ප්‍රමාණයක් නඩුවේ අවසාන භාගයේ පමණක් සිදුවනු ඇත.
ප.ව. 12.58 - පෙත්සම්කාර පාර්ශව වෙනුවෙන් පෙනී සිටින නීතීඥ සුරේන් ප්‍රනාන්දු මහතා යළි කරුණු දැක්වීම සදහා නැගීසිටියි.
ප.ව. 12.45 - පුරවැසි පනතෙහි 19(2) වගන්තියට අනුව දැන් වෙනත් රටක පුරවැසියෙකු වූවද යමෙකුට තමාගේ මුල් පුරවැසිභාවය නැවත ලබාගත හැක. එයින් ඔහු ද්විත්ව පුරවැසියෙකු වන්නේ නැත. සිදුවන්නේ ඔහු සිය මුල් පුරවැසිභාවයට නැවත පිවිසීමක් පමණි. ද්විත්ව පුරවැසිභාවය ලබාගැනීම යනු වෙනම කාර්යයකි.
අනෙක් අතට ජනාධිපතිවරයා කිසියම් විෂයක් යම් අමාත්‍යවරයෙකුට පවරා නොමැති අවස්ථාවක එම විෂය සම්බන්ධයෙන් ක්රියාත්මක වීමට ඔහුට බලය ඇත. එපමණක්ද නොව එස් ක්රියාත්මක වන අවස්ථාවක එකී ක්රියාව සිදුකළේ අමාත්‍යවරයෙකුද එහිදී අමාත්‍යංශ ලේකම්වරයෙකු එයට සම්බන්ධව තිබේදැයි විමසීම අවශ්‍යව නොවේ. මන්ද යත් එම ක්රියාව සිදුකර ඇත්තේ ජනරජයේ විධායක බලයෙහි මූලය වන විධායක ජනාධිපතිවරයා බැවිනි.
ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ ගාමිණි මාරපන මහතා අදහස් දැක්වීම අවසන් කරයි.
ප.ව. 12.41 - ආණ්ඩුක්‍රම ව්‍යවස්ථාවේ 43 වන වගන්තිය අනුව ජනාධිපතිවරයාට අමාත්‍යවුරුන් පත්කිරීමටද ඔවුනට විෂයන් පැවරීමට ද බලය ඇත. එකී බලය අමාත්‍ය මණ්ඩලයක් පත්කිරිමට පෙර දින 10 ක් පුරා තමන් ලග තබාගැනීමෙන් ජනාධිපතිවරයා බලය අවභාවිතකිරිමක් සිදුවන්නේ නැත. එවැන්නකට එරෙහිව ආණ්ඩුක්‍රම ව්‍යවස්ථාවේ යම් යම් විධිවිධාන සලසා තිබෙනවා විය හැක. ඇතැම් විට එයින් ඔබට ඔහුව දෝෂාභියෝගයකට ලක්කිරීමට අවස්ථාව සැලසෙනවා විය හැක. එහෙත් එසේ බලය ලබාගැනීම නිසා රට තුළ සාමාන්‍ය ක්රියාකාරීත්වයට බාධා සැලසීමක් සිදුවන්නේ නැත. යමක් ක්රියාත්මක විය හැකිවූ පමණින් එය ක්රියාත්මක වන්නේ නැත. ජනාධිපතිවරයාට බලය අමාත්‍ය මණ්ඩලයට ලබාදිය හැකිබව සත්‍ය නමුත් එය වහාම සිදුවිය යුතු බවක් කොතැනක හෝ සදහන්ව නැත. - ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ මාරපන මහතා.
ප.ව. 12.31 - 06 වන වගඋත්තරකරු වන හිටපු ජනාධිපති මහින්ද රාජපක්ෂ මහතා වෙනුවෙන් පෙනී සිටින ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ ගාමිණී මාරපන මහතා කරුණු දැක්වීම ආරම්භකරයි.
මධ්‍යහන. 12.00 - එම ප්‍රකාශයත් සමග ජනාධිපති නීතීඥවරයා කරුණු දැක්වීම අවසන් කළ අතර අධිකරන මධ්‍යහන 12.15 දක්වා කල් තැබිණි.
මධ්‍යහන 12.00 - ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ රොමේෂ් ද සිල්වා මහතා විසින් සිදුකරන කරුණු දැක්වීම තවදුරටත් සිදුවේ. ස්වභාවික යුක්ති මූලධර්ම සහ නීතියේ පදනම් මූලධර්මයක් වන "අනෙකාට ද ඇහුම්කන් දෙන්න" (Audi Alterum Partem) වැනි මූලධර්ම පදනම් කරගනිමින් මෙම ගැටලුවෙහි ප්‍රතිඵලය බලපාන්නාවූ සියලු පාර්ශවවලට අධිකරණය සවන් දිය යුතුයැයි සදහන් කළ ජනාධිපති නීතීඥවරයා ඒ අනුව ශ්්‍රී ලංකා පොදුජන පෙරමුණ ද මෙම පෙත්සමෙහි වගඋත්තරකරුවෙකු වශයෙන් නම් කළ යුතුයැයි දැක්වීය.
මෙම නඩුවේ ප්‍රතිඵලයක් වශයෙන් ගෝඨාභය රාජපක්ෂ මහතාට ජනාධිපතිවරණයට තරග කළ නොහැකිවන ආකාරයේ අතුරු තහනම් නියෝගයක් නිකුත්වුවහොත් රටේ මිලියන ගණනක් පුරවැසියන්ගේ අපේක්ෂාවන් ඒ හරහා බිද දැමෙනු ඇත. කිසිම අධිකරණයකට එවැනි ක්රියාවක් හරහා ඇතිවන ප්‍රතිඵල යථා තත්ත්වයට පත් කළ නොහැක.
පෙ.ව. 11.59 - ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ රොමේෂ් ද සිල්වා මහතා විසින් සිදුකරන කරුණු දැක්වීම තවදුරටත් සිදුවේ. මේ දක්වා ඒ මහතා පැය 04 කට අධික කාලයක් පුරා අධිකරණය ඉදිරියේ කරුණු දක්වමින් සිටී.
පෙ.ව. 11.41 - ගෝඨාභය රාජපක්ෂ මහතා සිය ගමන් බලපත්‍රය සහ හැදුනුම්පත යන දෙකම විවෘත ලෙස භාවිත කළහ. ඒවා භාවිත කර ඔහු ගුවන් ගමන්වලද අනෙකුත් නීතිමය කටයුතුවලද නිරතවූහ. නීතිමය නොවන හෝ වැරදි ලෙස එවැනි ලිපිලේඛන ලබාගත් අයෙකුගේ හැසිරීමට වඩා එය හාත්පසින්ම වෙනස්ය.
පෙ.ව. 11.37 - ශ්‍රේෂ්ඨාධිකරණයේ අගවිනිසුරුවරයා සෑම උදෑසනකම අධිකරණ භූමියට පැමිණ නඩු විමසනු ඇතැයි කිසිවෙකුත් බලාපොරොත්තු නොවේ. නමුත් එසේකිරීම සදහා ඔහුට බලයක් නැත්තේද නොව්. ඒ අනුව බලය දැරීම සහ බලය ක්රියාත්මක කරන ආකාරය යනු පැහැදිලිවම දෙකකි. එලෙසින්ම ජනාධිපතිවරයාට ද බලතල ලබාදී ඇති අතර ඒවා පරම වන අතර ජනාධිපතිවරයා අපේක්ෂා කරන ආකාරයකින් භාවිත කළ හැක. එසේ භාවිතකළ පසු ඒවායින් ඇතිවන ප්‍රතිඵල සම්බන්ධයෙන් ව්‍යවස්ථාවේම යම් යම් විධාන ඇති මුත් ඒවා භාවිත කරන ආකාරය සිදුවන්නේ ජනාධිපතිවරයාට අභිමත පරිදිය.- ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ රොම්ෂ් ද සිල්වා.
පෙ.ව. 11.27 - (අතිරේක තොරතුරු) - ජනාධිපතිවරයා විසින් ජනාධිපතිවරණයක් කැදවමින් නිකුත් කළ ගැසට් නිවේදනය නීතිවිරෝධී බැවින් එය බල රහිත කරන ලෙස ඉල්ලා ගාල්ල මහ නගර සභාවේ හිටපු නගරාධිපති මෙත්සිරි ද සිල්වා මහතා විසින් ශේ‍රෂ්ඨාධිකරණයට ඊයේ (ඔක්තෝබර් 03) දින ඉදිරිපත් කළ පෙත්සම විභාගයට නොගනම ප්‍රතික්ෂේපකිරීමට ශේර්ෂ්ඨාධිකරණය තීරණය කළහ.
පෙ.ව. 11.19 - ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ රොමේෂ් ද සිල්වා මහතා තවදුරටත් කරුණු දක්වමින් - ගෝඨාභය රාජපක්ෂ මහතාට ශ්‍රී ලංකා ද්විත්ව පුරවැසි සහතිකය සදහා හිටුපු ජනාධිපති මහින්ද රාජපක්ෂ මහතා සිය අත්සන යෙදූ දිනයේම තවත් එවැනි සහතික 20 කට හිටපු ජනාධිපතිවරයා අනුමැතිය ලබාදී ඇතිබව ජනාධිපති නීතීඥවරයා අධිකරණය ඉදිරියේ ප්‍රකාශ කරයි.
පෙ.ව. 10.41 - ගෝඨාභය රාජපක්ෂ මහතා 2005 වර්ෂයේ සිටම ආරක්ෂක ලේකම්වරයා වශයෙන් කටයුතු කළ අතර මැතිවරණවලදී ඡන්දය භාවිත කර ඇත. මෙතක් ඔහුගේ පුරවැසිභාවය පිළිබ‍ද නොතිබූ ගැටලුවක් දැන් ඇතිව තිබෙන්නේ කෙසේද? එය කිසියම් අනිසි අරමුණක් ඉෂ්ඨ කරගැනීම සදහා මෙම කාරණය ඉදිරියට ගෙන ඒමක්ද? මෙම පෙත්සම්කරුවන් විසින් ඉදිරිපත් කරන කරුණු සත්‍යයනම් ගෝඨාභය රාජපක්ෂ මහතාට ආරක්ෂක ලේකම් තනතුර දැරීමට ඇති හැකියාවත් ඒවායින් අහෝසිවනවා නොවෙද?
පෙ.ව. 10.27 - අධිකරණයේ මුලික කටයුතුවලින් අනතුරුව ජනාධිපති නීතීඥ රොමේෂ් ද සිල්වා මහතා කරුණු දැක්වීම යළි ආරම්භකරයි. ඔහු පෙත්සම් විභාගයේ 05 වන වගඋත්තරකරුවන ගෝඨාභය රාජපක්ෂ මහතා වෙනුවෙන් පෙනී සිටී.
පෙ.ව. 9.55 - ත්‍රි පුද්ගල අභියානාධිකරණ විනිසුරු මණ්ඩලය පෙත්සම් විභාගයේ තුන්වැනි දිනයේ කටයුතු ආරම්භකරයි.

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Gotabaya Rajapaksa last week addressed a packed audience of prominent businessmen in the country under a theme titled – Viyathmaga. Many of his fans claim that once he comes into power, our economy will grow by leaps and bounds.

No privatisation
Nevertheless, a close examination of his rhetoric suggests that what he is promising is more or less the regressive policies practiced by his brother from 2005 to 2014. He is reported to have said that under his rule no state enterprises would be privatised. We know why the Rajapaksa family is so fond of having state enterprises under the government’s ownership. Numerous relatives of the Rajapaksa family were appointed as heads of various state entities under the rule of Mahinda Rajapaksa. Nishantha Wickremesinghe, Prasanna Wickramasuriya, Lalith Chandradasa, Gamini Wickremesinghe, Jayantha Wickremesinghe, etc., and the list goes on. 

SriLankan Airlines (SLA), which was a profitable entity under the Emirates Airline, came into the control of the Rajapaksa family in 2008. Since then, the SLA has been incurring billions of losses and thus, becoming a huge burden on the taxpayers of this country. We know how Nishantha Wickremesinghe ran the SLA during the previous government. It was ruled like a family airline, and in fact, Gotabaya was accused of messing up with a SLA flight to import a puppy to his wife from Switzerland. No wonder Gotabaya is so desperate to have state entities under the ownership of the government. 

Maintaining commercial enterprises under the rule of the government, only works in the favour of few privileged people who are close to the government. This is what we have experienced in this country. State-owned commercial enterprises have become a huge burden on the citizens. So Gotabaya’s pledge of no privatisation will simply retain the existing, pathetic status-quo without giving any benefits to the people at large.

The UNP, the main partner of this government, tried to privatise loss-making enterprises such as SriLankan Airlines over the last four years. Unfortunately, the Executive, who is occupied with extremely backward and regressive ideologies, blocked these efforts.

Kick-starting import substitution

Gotabaya during his Viyathmaga address proudly declared he would be pursuing a policy of import substitution which has failed repeatedly in this country. One thing many political commentators have not pointed out is that the policies of the Rajapaksa family benefit the rich, while harming the poor. Import substitution is beneficial to few rich, rent-seeking businessmen. Crony capitalism is nothing new to the Rajapaksa family. 

This government once elected, reduced the import duties on canned fish. Canned fish is a valuable source of nutrition for under-privileged households that do not have refrigerators. Recently, a few local canned fish manufacturers called on the government to raise import duties on canned fish in order to safeguard their fortunes at the expense of consumers. Such forces of vested interest would certainly be over the moon if Gotabaya comes into power. Economic policy decisions must be made in the interest of the overwhelming majority and not to please a few rent-seeking individuals.

The re-entry of regression and tyranny

A Gotabaya presidency is nothing but a return to the regression and despotism we all went through under his elder brother’s rule which was characterised by nepotism and crony capitalism.

125OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Sat Oct 05, 2019 1:16 pm

Arrowrisk


Manager - Equity Analytics
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@numihindu@gmail.com wrote:By Ashoka Mihindu

Gotabaya Rajapaksa last week addressed a packed audience of prominent businessmen in the country under a theme titled – Viyathmaga. Many of his fans claim that once he comes into power, our economy will grow by leaps and bounds.

No privatisation
Nevertheless, a close examination of his rhetoric suggests that what he is promising is more or less the regressive policies practiced by his brother from 2005 to 2014. He is reported to have said that under his rule no state enterprises would be privatised. We know why the Rajapaksa family is so fond of having state enterprises under the government’s ownership. Numerous relatives of the Rajapaksa family were appointed as heads of various state entities under the rule of Mahinda Rajapaksa. Nishantha Wickremesinghe, Prasanna Wickramasuriya, Lalith Chandradasa, Gamini Wickremesinghe, Jayantha Wickremesinghe, etc., and the list goes on. 

SriLankan Airlines (SLA), which was a profitable entity under the Emirates Airline, came into the control of the Rajapaksa family in 2008. Since then, the SLA has been incurring billions of losses and thus, becoming a huge burden on the taxpayers of this country. We know how Nishantha Wickremesinghe ran the SLA during the previous government. It was ruled like a family airline, and in fact, Gotabaya was accused of messing up with a SLA flight to import a puppy to his wife from Switzerland. No wonder Gotabaya is so desperate to have state entities under the ownership of the government. 

Maintaining commercial enterprises under the rule of the government, only works in the favour of few privileged people who are close to the government. This is what we have experienced in this country. State-owned commercial enterprises have become a huge burden on the citizens. So Gotabaya’s pledge of no privatisation will simply retain the existing, pathetic status-quo without giving any benefits to the people at large.

The UNP, the main partner of this government, tried to privatise loss-making enterprises such as SriLankan Airlines over the last four years. Unfortunately, the Executive, who is occupied with extremely backward and regressive ideologies, blocked these efforts.

Kick-starting import substitution

Gotabaya during his Viyathmaga address proudly declared he would be pursuing a policy of import substitution which has failed repeatedly in this country. One thing many political commentators have not pointed out is that the policies of the Rajapaksa family benefit the rich, while harming the poor. Import substitution is beneficial to few rich, rent-seeking businessmen. Crony capitalism is nothing new to the Rajapaksa family. 

This government once elected, reduced the import duties on canned fish. Canned fish is a valuable source of nutrition for under-privileged households that do not have refrigerators. Recently, a few local canned fish manufacturers called on the government to raise import duties on canned fish in order to safeguard their fortunes at the expense of consumers. Such forces of vested interest would certainly be over the moon if Gotabaya comes into power. Economic policy decisions must be made in the interest of the overwhelming majority and not to please a few rent-seeking individuals.

The re-entry of regression and tyranny

A Gotabaya presidency is nothing but a return to the regression and despotism we all went through under his elder brother’s rule which was characterised by nepotism and crony capitalism.

100% AGREE

126OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Sun Oct 06, 2019 1:46 pm

samaritan


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Sajith: New wine in the same old bottle.OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Icon_biggrin

127OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:56 am

samaritan


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UNP's General Secretary Akila Viraj says that his party had not been able to take revenge, the way it wanted and another threatens to put the main opposition candidate in a 'jumper'.

These are clear signals of a dark era in waiting if SP becomes the President by chance.

128OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty SLFP SPLIT INTO TWO on Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:55 am

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
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SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???

129OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:15 am

soileconomy

soileconomy
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@CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.

130OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:16 am

samaritan


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The split is one faction supporting GR & the other faction supporting SLPP.OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Icon_lolOPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Icon_lolOPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Icon_lol

131OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:40 pm

samaritan


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@soileconomy wrote:
@CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
You are right. Aki,Sagi & Kiri are also with RW.
Aji,Suji,Nali,Mali,Kabi & Mangi are with Punchidasa.

RW will be happy within himself when GR wins the election. In a way what Punchi did was also wrong.

132OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:12 pm

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
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@soileconomy wrote:
@CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
RW not contesting, pointless support him, they should think first, if SP defeated, they MP only, should contest and WIN otherwise retire stay home

133OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:17 pm

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@samaritan wrote:
@soileconomy wrote:
@CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
You are right. Aki,Sagi & Kiri are also with RW.
Aji,Suji,Nali,Mali,Kabi & Mangi are with Punchidasa.

RW will be happy within himself when GR wins the election. In a way what Punchi did was also wrong.
RW and MR have secret pact, one elected protect the other one. Seen last 41/2 years. Only we two play game. MR wish RW contest and lose, their family safe

134OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:20 pm

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@CITIZEN wrote:
@soileconomy wrote:
@CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
RW not contesting, pointless support him, they should think first, if SP defeated, they MP only, should contest and WIN otherwise retire stay home
Oh No. RW will end up in his favourite post as opposition leader & SP will be an MP and also cannot make any claim for party leadership after losing election. Don't ever underestimate the 21st century Fox who had been hurt & humiliated by Dasa group.
When SF lost, RW walked out of the hotel with a low profile smile. This time it may a big laugh for RW for sure.

135OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Thu Oct 10, 2019 12:02 pm

sureshot

sureshot
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Sajiths rally today @ gall face......

SLPP Baiyo Bayawela waage.....
bringing the market down.... Very Happy

136OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Mon Oct 14, 2019 11:20 am

Arrowrisk

Arrowrisk
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@CITIZEN wrote:
@samaritan wrote:
@soileconomy wrote:
@CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
You are right. Aki,Sagi & Kiri are also with RW.
Aji,Suji,Nali,Mali,Kabi & Mangi are with Punchidasa.

RW will be happy within himself when GR wins the election. In a way what Punchi did was also wrong.
RW and MR have secret pact, one elected protect the other one. Seen last 41/2 years. Only we two play game. MR wish RW contest and lose, their family safe

"RW and MR have secret pact, one elected protect the other one" - 100%

Trader321


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https://www.facebook.com/groups/359081693083/permalink/10159585536903084/

138OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty ONLY 22 Market Days before the election ? on Tue Oct 15, 2019 8:58 pm

Trader321


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At least 15 days will be green Good collection will happen

139OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:01 pm

Quibit

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Political marketing campaigns must refrain from exaggerated messages and overpromising what is not attainable with the given resources and within the timeframe for the sake of winning elections
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The Presidential race is taking momentum, which is further intensified by the eagerness to see what would be the role of the new President elected under the 19th Amendment of the Constitution. 

Of course, the Presidential race has only two possible probabilities of outcomes, either winning or losing. Hence, given the competition of winning the race, marketing strategies and tactics are heavily used, whereas agencies for developing marketing strategies and advertising are contracted by the political parties or presidential candidates who want to run and win the battle.  

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Political marketing 

According to father of modern marketing, Philip Kotler, “Political campaigns have increasingly been compared to marketing campaigns in which the candidate puts himself on the voters’ market and uses modern marketing techniques, particularly marketing research and commercial advertising, to maximise voter ‘purchase’.” 

Although marketing has emerged as central role of political campaigns and is reshaping the modern day politics by greatly expanding the amount of new sources of information, enhancing voter engagement, making numerous contributions to the political arena, it also has some controversial issues evident from recent well-known campaigns in the world on the way it is planned and handled to bring undesired outcomes, which perhaps undermine the national interest and tarnish democracy. 

 
‘Our Brand is Crisis’ 

Recently, when I was a passenger of Air China, travelling from Beijing to Shanghai. I was able to watch ‘Our Brand is Crisis’, a film directed by David Gordon Green and acted by Sandra Bullock, which brings to light how the American political campaign strategists were involved in the 2002 Bolivian Presidential Election. 

In 2002, Bolivian politician Pedro Castillo hires an American political consulting firm to help him win the Bolivian Presidential Election. The firm brings in Jane Bodine (Sandra Bullock) to manage the campaign in Bolivia where they follow a strategy of smear campaigning and exercise a strategy of declaring a crisis. They were also planning on frightening the people, so they would be persuaded to vote for the unsympathetic but known Castillo rather than the younger oppositions’ candidates. 

 
Broken promises 

There was also a protest made by the public who did not want the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Bolivia, for which Castillo promised that the IMF will not be invited without a referendum. Finally, Castillo wins the vote and becomes the President of Bolivia, and as one of his first actions, he invites the IMF, thereby breaking his promise. 

 
Political marketing consultant – Not responsible!

Having observed the breaking of promises by the new President, Bodine says that she is not responsible for actions of the new President and in her eyes, her job is done as a consultant responsible for the political campaign. 

Thereafter there was also a demonstration by the people, demanding for needed change, which quickly turns into a riot, leading to unrest in Bolivia, which is the sad part of the story.

On the other hand, political consultants who were involved in the campaign which finally ended in crisis and civil unrest in Bolivia had jobs in other countries – which is surprising.  

 
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Presidential campaign 2015 

Although what happened in Bolivia in the movie was just fiction, I was thinking that the live action show was in Sri Lanka as the film directed my memory to recall the 2015 Sri Lankan Presidential Election campaign, showcasing the need for change through ‘Maitri yugaya’ and ‘Yahapalanaya’ and the dawn of a new corruption-free Sri Lanka with strengthened rule of law, leading to economic prosperity. This set new hopes and greater expectations for many patriotic Sri Lankans to vote with such aspirations. 

By then, as I heard the announcement that the flight is getting ready to land at Shanghai International Airport, I’d changed my attention towards fastening the seatbelt. 

 
Application of SERVQUAL Model

Although SERVQUAL (Gap) model is used in commercial ventures, particularly in the service industry, the writer interestingly tries the applicability of the model in the context of political marketing campaigns of the presidential candidates, and thereafter the delivery of promises to the public after becoming the president.

Let us consider the ‘Yahapalanaya’ campaign and the associated delivery of promised service to the public using the well-recognised SERVQUAL model developed by Zeithaml and Parasuraman to capture the expectation of the voters and their perception of service delivery and associated satisfaction levels of the voters which may ultimately lead to trust and loyalty. Identifying the gaps would help to improve upcoming presidential campaigns and the associated delivery of the promises. 

Indeed, public evaluation of service is based on the gap between the public expectations from promises, advertisement, and word of mouth, etc., and assessment (perception) of the service actually delivered during the tenure as the president will either positively result in satisfaction, favourable word of mouth, and loyalty, or negatively result in dissatisfaction, negative word of mouth, and disloyalty. 

Gap 1 – The Knowledge Gap is the distance between the public expectation of the service and what presidential candidates/political parties think of the public expectation. 

Correctly identifying the public expectation or needs is fundamental in any political marketing campaign. Conducting research to get the opinion of the voters, and increasing interaction with the general public or voters would help to narrow this gap. 

Gap 2 – The Policy Gap is between presidential candidates’/political parties’ understanding (perception) of the needs of the public and the translation of that understanding into service delivery policies and standards. 

Gap 3 – The Delivery Gap is the difference between service delivery policies and standards and the actual delivery of the service. 

This may be considered as the most important gap as there are heaps of promises in the manifesto which are not delivered and sadly, no action was taken for some of the promises. 

The president must be accountable for the mandate and promises given as well as should walk the talk. 

The president should be visionary and provide leadership to the country to uplift national interest rather than limiting it to the interest of his/her political party or own district. 

The president may appoint a capable team to make things happen and monitor and review them time to time in order to make sure that the promises are delivered. 

Gap 4 – The Communication Gap is the gap between what gets promised to the public and what gets delivered. In many political campaigns, including the Yahapalanaya campaign, it is too exaggerated and overpromising of what would be done, and considered the best case scenarios rather than most likely occurrences. 

This raises public expectations and the president should deliver on par with the raised expectations otherwise it may widen this gap, which may lead to more dissatisfaction and erode the trust in the president and his/her associated political party. 

Indeed, it is also prudent to look at feasibility with the given resources, particularly the budget allocation, and given the nature of the economic situation of the country, the timeframe of the presidential tenure as well before making any promises. 

Gap 5 – The Customer Gap is the difference between public expectations and public perceptions. This gap occurs because sometimes, the public does not understand what the service has done for them or they misinterpret the service quality. 

Public expectations have been shaped by word of mouth, their personal needs, and their own past experiences. Routine surveys after delivering the experience are important to measure the public perceptions of service. 

 
Conclusion

If the political marketing campaign is wrongly designed and implemented, it may distort public trust in advertising and promotion, which may in turn negatively impact the entire marketing management fraternity. Hence, it necessitates more and more ethical and social responsible marketing management practices for the presidential marketing campaigns. 

Political marketing campaigns must refrain from exaggerated messages and overpromising what is not attainable with the given resources and within the timeframe for the sake of winning elections. 

The president who wins the upcoming Elections should deliver what is promised to the general public and be more accountable for it. They should walk the talk and uplift public interest rather than self-centred political affairs. 

Bringing in the wrong person for the topmost position of our country – the president with the most colourful advertising – will not only undermine national interest and tarnish our democracy, but also stagnate our nation’s development and quality of life for ourselves and our children.

(The writer is a Marketing Management Professional and an Assistant General Manager of a leading organisation. He is a Chartered Marketer and Member of CIM (UK) as well as Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing. The thoughts are the writer’s own views and do not reflect any organisation he serves. It is not intended to hurt any individual or party. You can share your feedback by emailing Zahranlebbe@gmail.com.)[/size][/size]

140OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty SLFP FORMING A NEW GROUP on Thu Oct 17, 2019 4:04 am

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
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SLFP  members forming a new group under CBK leadership. Supporting SP for forthcoming president election.

141OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Thu Oct 17, 2019 7:16 pm

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
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CBK is a dead loss, just an inventory in the SLFP.

The contest is between 'All fart no shit' vs 'A result oriented doer'.

Whom will the people choose? The answer is obvious.

142OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:04 pm

Arrowrisk

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Manager - Equity Analytics
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True. We have seen that so called "result oriented leader" how he answered the question directed to him. He was more focused on how to pass the questions to others.... and whole world has seen it…!


We do pray hard for so called "result oriented leader" to become president. lol!

143OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Fri Oct 18, 2019 10:01 am

samaritan


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Being an equity forum we observe members actively discussing shares at present in a market that's showing some resilience after four long years of sluggishness under a govt in which Sajith was a key partner. 
Do they at least realize the reason behind the current turn around of the market. Its mainly on expectation that Gota will be leading a future govt. So, don't bite the hand that feeds you.

144OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Sat Oct 19, 2019 8:38 am

samaritan


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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
According to revelations made by Wijedasa Rajapakse most of the UNP politicians who are vociferously supporting and rallying around Sajith are directly or indirectly linked to the CB bond scam and had been beneficiaries of same. Obviously if Sajith is elected as president they are all going to be stakeholders in his administration which according to him is going to be corruption free. Ha Ha Haaa have a good laugh thro' the backside!

Have people forgotten the immense hardships in the backdrop of a crumbling economy for the past four years under a regime in which Sajith was a key partner???

People are not looking forward to a leader who is willing to sleep at Fort Railway station platform and use public toilets. Let the leader travel in a limousine but improve the standard of living of the common man & develop the country to be in par with other developed nations. Food for thought!

145OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 7 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 on Sat Oct 19, 2019 12:21 pm

Arrowrisk

Arrowrisk
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Blue or Green all are playing the same game.


The so called leader is good at kidnapping and killing…
The paid Medias have over portrayed him as a good leader but in reality nothing indide

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