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Sunday, 21 December 2014





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Dictatorship, corruption and separatism will be rife:

Sri Lanka, a failed state under Maithripala - Udaya Gammanpila

Former JHU Deputy General Secretary Udaya Gammanpila says the New Democratic Front(NDF) candidate Maithripala Sirisena, who has only failures and grievances to put before voters, will only ensure that Sri Lanka will be nothing but a failed state.

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University of Politics

Chandrika sends SOS calls

Amidst widespread stories that two prominent leaders of the so-called common opposition are planning to revert their decision and extend support to President Mahinda Rajapaksa, New Democratic Front (NDF) candidate Maithripala Sirisena is fast turning a fish out of water.

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Chandrika- modern Dona Catherina:

Ranil- modern Don Juan Dharmapala:

Grave danger in Maithripala coming to power - JHU's Udaya Gammanpila

“The Opposition claim that Sri Lanka has the most powerful executive presidency. They say once Maithripala is made the president he can ignore the dark forces around him and go ahead with his good governance policies. That will only be a dream.” The former Provincial Council Minister and Monash scholar said in a semi- presidential system, the president's power is determined by parliamentary power.

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JHU loyalists will take a decision based on Gammanpila's thinking :

Sirisena on the pretext of good governance will exploit votes:

A progressive Govt, need of the hour - Minister Wimal Weerawansa

Government has reduced the debt burden:

Sirisena and his colleagues are local agents of an international conspiracy:

Maithripala Sirisena's brother Dudley Sirisena won a car as a prize which was offered to the best casino punter by a leading night club in Colombo, while fielding a casino king's brother as the common candidate, the joint Opposition levels allegations against the incumbent Government for promoting casinos.

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Commonwealth election monitors arrive

The preliminary team of Commonwealth election monitors are now in the country to observe the pre-election phase, a spokesperson for the ElectionSecretariat said. In addition to the Commonwealth team a small group of Asian election monitors are also in the country since December to observe the run-up to the polls.

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