US must take Sri Lanka as an example says Gammanpila

Udaya gammanpilaThe United States must take Sri Lanka as an example and accept the outcome of the Presidential election, Pivithuru Hela Urumaya (PHU) General Secretary Udaya Gammanpila said today.

He said that no one protested when Maithripala Sirisena won the last Presidential election and former President Mahinda Rajapaksa ensured there was a smooth transition of power.

However, he says in the US, supporters of defeated Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton have been protesting and have refused to accept Donald Trump as the new President.

Gammanpila recalled that hours before the final results were announced at the 2015 Presidential election, Rajapaksa met current Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and discussed the smooth transition of power.

He said that there were reports that the army will prevent Sirisena from taking office as part of a coup in support of Rajapaksa.

However Gammanpila said there was no coup and Rajapaksa accepted the results of the election and gracefully stepped down. (Colombo Gazette)

9 COMMENTS

  1. What a two faced hypocrite! You or your mad dog boss or the JOkers have never excepted the mandate of the majority. Right from the start it was none stop disruptions. Protests, strikes, paadha..fing..yaathra to topple a legitimately elected government and it never stops. The lies being fed to the gullible public are beyond belief. Do this country a favour. Crawl under a pile of your own BS and expire.

  2. Hey, Gamma, are you day dreaming. Mara and Killary have same qualities. To make the long story short both of them act like mafias. All these riots in US created by Killary Obama and Soros.

  3. Puka Thamai.
    Until the last minuet he was trying, You were there too. Everything went wrong, He had high hopes and wrong intelligence reports. Had no choice at the last hour and under international pressure, then telephoned Ranil Wickramasinghe.
    Now Loku Talk.

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