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Monday, 31 August 2015 - 17:14
Update: Petition against UPFA National List Allocations Postponed
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The Supreme Court postponed the hearing of the petition which challenges the appointment of defeated candidates to Parliament through the national list by UPFA until the 10th of September.

The hearing was postponed as the Court did not receive relevant documents on time.

The petition was taken before Chief Justice K. Sripavan, Supreme Court Justices Anil Guneratna and Priyantha Jayawardane.

The petition was filed by Vice Chairman of MEP Somaweera Chandrasiri on August 26th.   

Somaweera Chandrasiri is also an Executive member of the UPFA and his name is included in the Alliance national list.



Update: Monday, 31 August 2015 - 19:22
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Case Against UPFA National List Postponed

The petition filed to challenge the appointment of defeated candidates to Parliament through the national list by UPFA has been postponed until the 10th of September.

The hearing was postponed as the Court did not receive the relevant documents in time.

The petition was filed by Vice Chairman of MEP Somaweera Chandrasiri on August 26th.   Somaweera Chandrasiri is also an Executive member of UPFA and his name is included in the Alliance national list.

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