SLMC objection on 13th amendment to President in writing.

Monday, 10 June 2013 - 13:43



Sri Lanka Muslim Congress stated that it will submit its objections in writing to the President over the move to change 2 clauses of the 13th Amendment before the next sitting of the Cabinet.


SLMC leader Minister Rauf Hakeem appointed a committee to give recommendations on this issue after the President informed the SLMC leader to submit his party objections in writing over the government move at the last Cabinet meeting.


SLMC Deputy General Secretary Nisam Kariyappar said that the party objections in writing will be submitted to President accordingly.




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