Monday, December 3, 2018

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Talks Between UNF Leaders And President Had Ended Without A Solution

The discussion held between United
National Front  (UNF )Leaders and President Maithripala Sirisena few hours ago at Presidential Secretariet in Colombo to find a solution to  the current political conflict  has ended without a solution it has been reported.

During the discussion President Sirisena has not agreed to appoint Constitutionally elected Premier Ranil Wikramasinghe as the Prime Minister it has been reported.

The discussion was scheduled to be held yesterday ,However later it was postponed until today (04).

Five Divisional Secretariet's In Ratnapura Facing A Landslide Risk

Five Divisional Secretariets of the
Ratnapura District will face a Landslide risk if the heavy showers prevailing in at present continues further according to National Building Research Organization  (NBRO).

Accordingly Kuruwita,Ratnapura,Kiri
ella ,

Ranil Wikramasinghe's Government Will Assume Their Duties Tomorrow (04) According to Court Order -Dr.Rajitha Senaratne

As the Court of Appeal had sent the
appointed minority government home today  (03 )through  an interim court order, All the Ministers of Ranil Wikramasinghe's  government will going to their Ministries tomorrow (04 )and assume their duties of the Government  according to the Minister Of Health Dr.Rajitha Senaratne .

Addressing a "People's Voice of Justice" Rally held in Galle this evening, Dr.Senaratne has stressed this is the first time in World history that a court sent an appointed Premier and his Ministers home through an interim order .

"Ranil Wikramasinghe's government will resume their duties tomorrow. Appointed Premier Rajapakshe and his Ministers should have respect the court decision and withdraw from their Ministries " Dr.Senaratna has said.

Appointed Premier Mahinda Rajapakshe To File An Appeal In Supreme Court Against Interim Order

Appointed Premier Mahinda Rajapak
she has decided to file an Appeal in Supreme Court tomorrow  (04)against the interim order issued by Court of Appeal today (03)  against functioning  him and Ministers of his government .

The  appointed Premier Rajapakshe has said he could not accept the interim. Order issued by Court of Appeal .

The power to interpret Constitution and the final decision making power of the constitution vested with the Supreme Court  he has stressed. 

Court Of Appeal Has Issued An Interim Order Against Functioning Of Appointed Premier Mahinda Rajapakshe And His Ministers

Court of Appeal has today (03)issued an
interim court order preventing 49 Cabinet ,Deputy and State Ministers including appointed Premier Mahinda Rajapakshe from functioning after considering  a petition signed by 122 MP'S  Of Parliament.

The two member Judge Panel Comprising of  chairmen of Court Of Appeal Preethi Padman Surasena and Arjuna Obeysekare had issued the interim order .

The two member Judge Panel also decided to proceed the petition submitted against Appointed Premier Mahinda Rajapakshe and his Cabinet from 12 th of December .The petition has requested the Court to.issue an interim order declaring the newly appointed Premier and Cabinet of ministers are illegal  .

 Judge Panel has also ordered the respondents of the petition to appear before court to  submit facts on 12 th of December. The interim order is valid till the end of the proceedings of the petition  it has been announced  .

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CID Had Arrested Two Persons With A Foreign Made Pistol

Criminal Investigations  Department(CID)Officers had arrested two persons with a Foreign made  Automatic Pistol in their possession ...