Sri Lanka Bar Association requests all MPs to cooperate to pass the 19th amendment

Saturday, 18 April 2015 - 19:18

Sri Lanka Bar Association requests all MPs to extend their support towards the 19th amendment despite political differences.

While addressing a media briefing convened today, the association’s Deputy Chairman Attorney-at-law Saliya Pieris stated that this could be considered a golden opportunity in the country’s politics.

In addition, Saliya Pieris also stated that the 19th amendment is essential to establish the rule of Law and good governance in the country.

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