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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.



EP Governor Rohitha Bogollagama chairs Disaster Management meeting in Batticaloa

Eastern Province Governor Rohitha Bogollagama chaired the meeting held recently to discuss Disaster Management in the Batticaloa district. The meeting was held at the Batticaloa...
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Thol Thirumavalavan calls on Wigneswaran

Leader of Tamil Nadu Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi Thol Thirumavalavan paid a courtesy call on former Chief Minister of Northern Province Justice Wigneswaran and held talks....
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Raviraj remembered in Chavakachcheri

Former Tamil National Alliance Parliamentarian Nadarajah Raviraj was remembered on his 12th year of commemoration ceremony held at the foot of his statue in the...
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Douglas Devananda accorded reception in Kilinochchi

Newly appointed Minister of Resettlement EPDP Leader Douglas Devananda was accorded a welcome, when he visited Kilinochchi recently. A special pooja was conducted at the...
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