Wednesday, March 03, 2010
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The government might reconvene parliament, which was dissolved on February 9, on March 9 to extend the state of emergency, Leader of the House Health Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said yesterday.

A final decision in that regard would be taken at a party leaders’ meeting scheduled for this evening at the Parliament complex, he said.Asked whether the former MPs of the dissolved Parliament could sit again and vote after the dissolution of parliament, the minister answered in the affirmative adding that there was no legal constraint.

No longer at war

The pair of White Tigers from Ziang Jiang Safari Park in China shifted to their new residence, the Dehiwela Zoo display enclosure yesterday.
Pic. by Dharmasena Welipitiya



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