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President Maithripala Sirisena entering the chamber followed by Speaker Karu Jayasuriya and senior parliamentary staff. The President delivered his policy statement.

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Parliament: MS promises

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President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday said his administration would introduce a new political culture and the country would be governed through consensus for the next two years.

"This country has been ruled by two parties from time to time since Independence. One party ruled the country for 35 years and the other for 32 years. I hope to change this political culture and replace the two party system by a government of consensus during my time. I hope all of you will extend your cooperation and assistance to make that effort a success for the betterment of the country and nation," the President said, presenting the first Statement of Government Policy in Parliament yesterday.

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Top performing UNP MPs to get best ministerial portfolios

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The top performing UNP candidates at the August 17 General Election are to be given the more important ministerial portfolios in the new Cabinet to be sworn in before President Maithripala Sirisena on Friday in Colombo. Informed sources told ...

Nestle Lanka upbeat on engagement with CSE

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Demonstrating the fact that classic Stock Market players are not a dying breed in this country, Jagdish Kumar Singla, Vice President, Finance and Control, Nestle Lanka PLC., said yesterday," We will continue to play an active role in the Colomb...

SLFP Needs To Revise Its Policies And Strategies

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The intended purpose of this essay is to provide some food for thought for the party leadership and its rank and file so that it could change its strategies and policies and establish a legitimate link with the historical foundations of the SLFP, wh...

India record historic series win

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India recorded their first series victory in Sri Lanka in 22 years winning the third and final Test by 117 runs at Sinhalese Sports Club grounds yesterday. Sri Lanka had fought hard to save the game, but in the end they succumbed against the second ...

 
 
 
 

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