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JVP Parliamentarian Bimal Ratnayake has observed that the recent landmark judgement of the Supreme Court against the dissolution of Parliament by President Sirisena has displayed the independence of the judiciary in the island and has thereby proved beyond doubt that the Sri Lankan judiciary could hear the war crimes and that there is no necessity for establishing an International Court to look into alleged war crimes committed by the Armed Forces during the war time in Sri Lanka.

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Sunil Handunetti in Murugandy explains JVP policies

JVP senior parliamentarian Sunil Handunetti explained the policies of the JVP in the current political context to the public at a meeting held recently in...
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Gotabaya’s election campaign office declared open in Amparai

Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna presidential candidate Gotabaya’s election propaganda office was declared open in Amparai on Friday. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...
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International Peace Day in Batticaloa

A symposium was held in Batticaloa to mark the International Peace Day with the participation of religious leaders and social activists. ...
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Madawala Bazaar Hillcountry Boys’ College holds Prize Day

- By J.M.Hafeez The Annual Prize Day of the Madawala Bazaar Hillcountry Boys’ College in Kandy was held on Friday, September 21 with the participation of...
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