JVP pledges to create ethical political culture
The JVP says it is prepared to fulfil the duty of developing the country while creating an ethical political culture.
Speaking during the JVP Provincial representatives meeting in Colombo to commence campaigning for the Presidential Election of the National People’s Power, MP Nalinda Jayathissa said all administrations that came into power over the past 71 years have failed to develop any sector of the country.
MP Jayathissa added all administrations that came into power thus far have failed to fulfil the expectations of the public.
The Parliamentarian claimed the former administrations have also failed to create an ethical political culture.
He noted with three key elections coming up, the public is still discontent over the political situation in the country.
(Source: News Radio)
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Good on you, Nalinda Jayathissa.
Suggest that you reach out to the minorities including Tamils (North, East, Up country), Muslims, Christians and Catholics and others.
Also, reach out to the youth including first time voters.
They are likely to support you; there’s a gold mine of votes for you in those community sectors.
This is a millennial viewpoint.