The JVP yesterday demanded that the Government reveal
its stance on the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, at a press
conference in Colombo. The party insisted it wanted President Mahinda Rajapaksa
to reveal the Government’s stand since several key ministers were
issuing contradictory statements on the issue.
Commenting on the 13th Amendment which deals with the devolution of power, JVP General Secretary Tilvin Silva said that coalition partners in the Government who cannot secure a single seat on their own were calling for the implementation of the 13th Amendment.
Danduwam’s death leaves
depositors claimless - Lawyer
Over 4,000 persons who placed deposits with Piyadasa Ratnayaka alias Danduwam Mudalali are in a quandary since he had died while the case against him was still pending in Court.
Govt. negotiates with
The New Zealand owned cargo vessel, captained by a Sri Lankan,which was hijacked by Somalian pirates while sailing from Oman to Dubai reached Somalia on Saturday. The Government has commenced discussions with the pirates...