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Monday, 17 August 2015 - 21:38
Voter turnout in several districts exceed 60% #GenElecSL
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The district voter turnout of the 2015 General Election, which concluded sharp 4 this afternoon, has exceeded 65%.

District Secretary Neil de Alwis said that the voter turnout of the Matale district exceeded 70%.

The voter turnout of the Gampaha district was reported as 70%.

Nuwara Eliya District Secretary H.A. Meegasmulla said that the voter turnout of his district exceeded 70%.

Meanwhile Galle District Secretary Ravindra Hevavitharana told our news team the voter turnout of his district is 70%.

Furthermore, Polonnaruwa District Secretary S. Senanayake said the voter turnout of his district is reported to be 75%.

Meanwhile, Kegalle District Secretary Gamini Seneviratne said the voter turnout of the district is reported to be between 70% to 75%.

In addition, Moneragala District Secretary D.S. Padmakulasuriya said the voter turnout of the district is at 65%.

Kurunegala District Secretary Gamini Ilangarathna said the voter turnout in his district is 68%.

Kalutara District Secretary U.D.C. Jayalal stated that voter turnout in the district is reported to be 65%.

Moreover, Badulla District Secretary Nimal Abeysiri told our news team that the voter turnout in his district exceeded 65%.

Batticaloa District Secretary P.S.M. Charles also stated that the voter turnout in the district exceeded 60%.

 

Anuradhapura District Secretary D.P.G. Kumarasiri told our news team that the voter turnout remained between 25% to 30%.

 

Digamadulla District Secretary Thusitha P. Wanasinghe told our news team that the voter turnout of the district exceeded 65%.

At the same time, Jaffna District Secretary N. Vedanayagam said that the voter turnout of the district exceeded 60%.

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