Pressure on Sajith to resign from the Deputy Leadership

December 22, 2011 at 9:08 am | Lanka C News.

Pressure on Sajith to resign from the Deputy Leadership
According to the reports, the ‘Reorganization Group’ of the United National Party, is demanding Mr Sajith Premadasa to resign from the Deputy Leadership,without accepting the responsibilities of the post.
This request was made by this group, since the party couldn’t be manipulated towards victory, on the circumstances that Mr Ranil Wickremasinghe is performing as the Leader of the party. This group has indicated that, it is the best way to put pressure on the Leadership.
However, another party has emphasized  that, Mr Premadasa should accept the Deputy Leadership and strengthen the party,while performing against Mr Ranil Wickremasinghe.     

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