Sunday Observer Online


Sunday, 5 September 2010





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Government Gazette

People’s verdict will reign supreme

As support grew for the proposed 18th Amendment to the Constitution, the Government yesterday reiterated that it is the people who would decide whether the incumbent President is re-elected for a third term. “The new Constitutional Amendments will give the right to the executive incumbent to recontest.

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Majority support certain for Constitutional Amendments

Over 164 MPs including 10 from the UNP, will support the Constitutional Amendments to be presented in Parliament this week, informed sources said. Four UNP MPs namely Lakshman Seneviratne, Earl Gunasekera, Manusha Nanayakkara and Abdul Cader announced last week that they would support the Constitutional Amendments.

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Removal on restrictions on a President’s term in Office:

People’s mandate, prerogative for Presidency

The constitutional amendments signal a new beginning for the government, Health Minister, SLFP General Secretary Maithripala Sirisena said. The constitutional amendments would not witness the end of government as alleged by the UNP. A golden era has dawned on the country under President Mahinda Rajapaksa who eliminated the scourge of LTTE terror from the country.

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TNA decision tomorrow

The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) will announce its decision on the proposed 18th Amendment tomorrow, its General Secretary Mavai Senadhirajah MP told the Sunday Observer.

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