President to request CJ to hurry verdict on parliament dissolution
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Parliamentarian Wimal Weerawansa says President Maithripala Sirisena has decided to request the Supreme Court to announce the verdict of the petitions against the gazette pertaining to the dissolution of Parliament without delay.
Speaking to media in Colombo MP Weerawansa said the President had informed that he will the Supreme Court through the Attorney General tomorrow morning to deliver the verdict without delay.
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Is there any provision in constitution for the president to do that ?
no provision; in fact, the order or request is a intrusion into the independence of the Judiciary.
A Private Citizen has applied to the Appeals Court to request the IGP and Fort Police OIC to have this man occupying the Big Chair taken to Angoda mental Hospital and have an assessment done on his SANITY.
So, Bas, that’s where we are, ruled by a President whose mental state is being rightfully questioned by an ordinary citizen.
Hey weera, yes prez has powers to save all thieves, thakkadiyas, marayas, hora passporters, kudu karayas, comiission karayas, etc etc but not to destry the country!
If we take education as a measure you go home first.
Parliamentarians minimum standard must be ATA PAAS!