Minor political parties stand against the gazetting of the delimitation's report

Thursday, 19 January 2017 - 7:04

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Leader of the Muslim Congress Minister Rauf Hakeem says that prior to the gazetting of the delimitation appeals committee report, there should be definite discussions held with the minor parties.

He expressed these views to the media following a discussion regarding the new constitution and elections system held yesterday with the participation of a few minor parties.

Leaders and representatives of a few Minor parties including the EPDP, and the Tamil Progressive Alliance attended the discussion held at the party headquarters of the Sri Lanka Muslim congress.

Following the discussion, leader of the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress, Minister Rauf Hakeem expressed these views to the media.




 



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