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Wednesday, 16 October 2013 - 19:10
Election department lodges complaint regarding false nominations
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The elections department is preparing to lodge a complaint with the Fraud Investigation Bureau claiming that the National Development Front, which was barred from giving nominations, had produced false nominations during the previous provincial council election.

 

A senior spokesperson for the elections secretariat stated that the National Development Front had presented false nominations for the Jaffna, Kurunegala and Puttalam districts.

 

The assistant elections commissioners in charge of those districts have also lodged complaints with police in this regard.

 

The elections commissioner has barred the National Development Front from presenting nominations for any election on the grounds that several parties hold claim to the secretarial position of the party.

 

Elections Commissioner Mahinda Deshapriya stated that despite this the National Development Front had presented false nominations during the recently concluded provincial council election.


UNP parliamentarian Sajith Premadasa today notified the United Bhikku Front regarding the reorganization program of the UNP when he met representatives of the United Bhikku Front at the Kolpetty – Polwatta temple.

 

Speaking to the media following the discussion with MP Sajith Premadasa, the advisor of the United Bhikku Front Venerable Girambe Ananda thero stated that UNP leader Ranil Wickramasinghe has already agreed to the reorganization program.

 

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