The Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) has decided to support Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) presidential candidate Gotabaya Rajapaksa in the upcoming Presidential Election, MP Nimal Siripala de Silva said.
I support anything to defeat” m*da dasa” .
Finally Gamarala from Polonnaruwa had done something meaningful. Perhaps to balance out the damage he did. But the time lost is never recoverable. Let us hope Gotha will continue with Mahinda’s development plans and develop this country. Borrowing money – big money to do big projects – is normal. But what he should do is to make sure those are viable profitable projects that generate wealth for the nation and not to get the wrong people around him.
Like Philippines do , set up a world class nurses and allied health care professional training college taught by best from SL or hired from around the world and let those get qualifications to go abroad. UK alone has 34,000 vacancies in their National Health Service. Those people will send a lot of foreign currency ti the SL economy.
You are promoting trafficking of Human Talent; those who end up as Nurses in post-Brexit UK lead by Johnson will be slaves to the exploitative British culture.
Gotabaya already has a coterie around him, lapping their lips at the opportunities for money-making that would arise.
But the coterie surrounding M*dadas*a is even more worse.
It’s Hobson’s Choice, Indra.
Reply to Indra;
Agreed, that nurses in Sri Lanka NEED TRAINING like the Philippino nurses.
However, this is to benefit Sri Lanka, not for export.
Poor nursing here is detrimental for patients. E.g. Complex operations are performed, but the aftercare is poor; several patients die unnecessarily from infection before they return home.
WE NEED PROPERLY SKILLED NURSES!
If people of all other professions including doctors, engineers, electricians, bricklayers builders and so on can go abroad and earn money, what is wrong about nurses and allied health workers doing the same? Isn’t that a choice for the individual?
What I meant was instead of traditional tea, rubber and coconut, now it is tourism and the earning sent to SL by Sri Lankans working abroad among the major income for the country. II think I did not suggest the nurses working in SL hospital should be sent abroad by force to earn money for the rest of the country. What I meant is like in Philippines, there should be an institute set up to give proper training and qualifications for anybody willing to gain those. Then it is up to them to work in SL or go elsewhere according to what they want. The mentality of SL graduates marching on the road blaming the government for not providing jobs does not work anywhere else in the modern world.
You may be enjoying life in Boris Johnson’s UK.
That does not mean we should produce professionals (like in the Philippines) to serve draconian masters and mistresses in the developed world.
We want our Dr’s, Nurses and Engineers and other professionals to remain in the country and serve its citizens, who are also ageing rapidly, under the magnificent leadership of GR.
We do not want them to go overseas and walk the streets for the petty Euro, selling their souls and their bodies.
Do you think you are big enough to stop those professionals going out if they want to ? Their souls and their bodies ? ha! ha!
By the way, First you need to read and understand something before start harping about it!
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