Some SLFP Ministers to join UNP
Some Ministers belonging to the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) are planning to team up with the United National Party(UNP) to form the new coalition government, while others are trying to align with the opposition.
The two parties are trying to part ways, in the aftermath of the electoral defeat at the local government polls. However, some SLFP ministers will throw their weight behind the UNP while the others will sit in the opposition as a separate group. They also have plans to rally behind other political forces in the opposition.
Some of them seek to join hands with the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna which won the elections concluded last Saturday. However, the SLPP has laid down conditions for it.
(Source: Daily Mirror – By Kelum Bandara)
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Two more years left to earn and stach public money and enjoy perks and privileges. So why waste the opportunity?
My Guees is: Arjuna, Rajitha, SB …….
These are carrier politicians no self respect and no policies. They do it as a job to have a luxury life, They don’t care of the country or the people as long as they can fill there big stomachs. As soon as they find out they going to loose there job they shift the parties as they wish. Unbelievable. Shame. This women prime minister ( women in a man’s body) will accept any one who will keep him in power.
They should all listen to the wise politician with immense political acumen, Namal Rajapaksa, dissolve parliament and the Prezi to resign and go for fresh elections to give birth to a renewed Rajapaksa era.
The JO/Pohottuwa have been given a firm mandate to rule the Country as shown in the 10 Feb elections.
This mandate should be recognised and JO/Pohottuwa be requested in Parliament to form a Government.
If this does not happen, the JO/Pohottuwa will register landslides in the 2019 Prez Elections and 2020 General Elections.
The Fiscal leadership of the country given by the Central Bank is pathetic.
Arjun Aloysius should be made boss of the Central Bank to spearhead fiscal leadership in the blossoming Pohottuwa Era.
If it give birth to the devil after a free and fair election, so be it! That is the name of the game. That is what we saw in 2015 and 2016. It is the people’s choice as always.