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Gammanpila challenges 20 A in SC

UPFA Parliamentarian Udaya Gammanpila, Attorney-at-Law, has filed a petition in the Supreme Court challenging the Constitutionality of the proposed 20th amendment to the Constitution of Sri Lanka.

The petitioner pleads that the amendment seeks to remove the Executive Presidency. The President being elected by the people, 20 A violates Articles 3, 4 and 30(2) of the Constitution and needs a referendum and a two-thirds majority in Parliament to be enacted.




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