Government & UNP place confidence in parliament while JVP & TNA take up separate stance

Wednesday, 02 January 2013 - 19:27

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On the 21st of December notice was issued to the Speaker of Parliament, Its General Secretary 4 & Members of the Parliamentary Select Committee to be present before a three judge panel comprising of the Appeals Court justices S. Skandarajah, Anil Gunarathna & A.W.A. Salaam.

 

This was when the writ petition filed by the Chief Justice was taken up for consideration before court.

 

Addressing a media briefing held in Colombo today General Secretary of the UNP MP Thissa Aththanayeke expressed the following views regarding his parties stance.

 

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During a media briefing convened by the Sri Lanka Freedom party, Minister Nimal Siripala Desilva expressed the following views in this regard.

 

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Meanwhile TNA MP M.A. Sumandiran noted that he would be present before parliament tomorrow in place of party leadership R. Sampantha, who was also a member of the PSC.

 

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Speaking during a media briefing convened by the JVP today, party Parliamentarian Anura Kumara Dissanayeke stated that Party Member & PSC representative, JVP MP Vijitha Herath would be present before court tomorrow.

 

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However the PSC report is due to be debated in parliament on the 10th & 11th of this month.