March 17, 2012 at 11:09 am | Lanka C News.
Parliamentarian Mr R. Sampanthan, the Leader of Tamil National Alliance has sent an epistle to Mrs Hillery Clinton the U.S. State Secretary, requesting her to follow a tough policy during the Human Rights Convention in Geneva, to do justice to the Tamil community in Sri Lanka. While appreciating U.S.A. for the service done to his community, he has mentioned that, further assistance is needed from U.S.A. in future, to fulfill justice to the Tamil People. By this letter he also expects that, U.S.A. will further assist regarding the L.L.R.C. report, and for a political solution with a reasonable division of power. Mr Sampanthan has sent this letter, following the request made by U.S.A., to take a vote on the proposal regarding Sri Lanka, on the 22nd of March during the Human Rights Convention in Geneva.
It has been decided that from the leftist parties,the common candidate to be Duminda Nagmuwa from the front-line Socialist party who could offer a stiff challenge to other candidates.
Minister Rohitha Abeygunawardena had said that Maithripala Sirisena had jumped from the government to make an ideal person the Prime Minister.Once Sarath Fonseka was put into trouble the second tablet has been given to Maithripala Sirisena. What had happened to countries like Lybia and Iraq will happen to Sri Lanka they have made arrangements.To defeat […]
UNP member of parliament for Galle district Gayantha Karunatilleke had said that Mathripala Sirisena feels the poverty and suffering of people more than Mahinda Rajapaksa.He is a person born in Gampaha and gone to Polonnaruwa. He is a son of a farmer who produced rice for people..He had started life the very hard way doing […]
Although a decision has not been arrived to vote for the common candidate Maithripala Sirisena,it is the responsibility of the party leadership to not allow the frustrated members in crossing over before the forthcoming presidential election was added by the Member of WPC Hirunika Premachandra. She had added this giving her views to BBC ‘Sandeshaya’ […]
The decision of supporting which candidate at the presidential election which is forthcoming would be made by the Jathika Hela Urumaya party today at a ceremony to be held in the Colombo new town hall in the afternoon..