Deputy Leader (2) office from Sajith

April 24, 2011 at 8:18 pm | Lanka C News.

Deputy Leader (2) office from Sajith

Reports say that, Mr Sajith Premadasa is making arrangements to establish an office of the Deputy Leader (2). Since the constitution of the United National Party has not permitted any Deputy Leader to establish a separate party office, without any notice Mr Sajith Premadasa is preparing to establish an office of the Deputy Leader, without obtaining the permission from the Leader of the Opposition or from the Working Committee of the party.
The office will be established in Colombo.

 

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