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No one can destroy UNP, it will prevail for over 100 years … Navin


Former United National Party Parliamentarian Navin Dissanayake has stated that none could destroy the UNP. It had survived for long years in the island as a powerful political force and it would continue to survive for over 100 years.

He made this observation addressing a press conference in Nuwaraeliya recently.

Navin said: “A group of UNP dissidents are trying to mislead the people by using the party’s official colour. UNP General Secretary has already made a complaint to the Election Commission regarding this issue.

UNP has been using green as the party’s official colour and UNP dissidents who are contesting under a different party cannot use the UNP’s official colour. UNP is a political force. The Elephant symbol, Green colour and Sirikotha are party brands which have been well established in the country.

A number of crises have arisen within the Samagi Jana Balavegaya and the party will become a non-entity after the General Election”.







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