Ranil to urgently meet minor parties

RanilPrime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has called for an urgent meeting with minor political parties, Democratic People’s Front leader Mano Ganeshan said.

Ganeshan said that the Prime Minister had called for the meeting today so party leaders and representatives from minor parties will attend.


  1. Mano is bluffing because he thinks he can enter parliament after losing in preference vote! When the cut off was 10% the number of Indian origin mps was 7 after the cut off was reduced to 5% also got elected only 7, why? This proliferated parties, small parties now minor parties instead of minorities. Muslim Congress contested alone in East but elsewhere joined the party in power! Cut off point is a great dissuation to start new parties however it may not affect i.e., the cut off removed even, in the municipal and other civic bodies! Starter for new political parties or independent groups! 20 A when implemented also members without a region to work or not allowed to work by the mighty ones complaints will arise in plenty!

  2. UNP-Ranil .W… has to realized the political is clear, the question is; What about politics of National democracy ? and politics of National Sovereignty?
    Will -Ranil of UNP ,that yours democracy political processes allow the with minority political parties to guarantee, unity , sovereignty and Territorial Integrity that adoption of even the barest elements of this his agenda?
    We all Sri lanka people has to benefit from having a well-function sovereignty , democracy and society .UNP had worse past record of non accountability any type of political crime against our nation since 1977 to 1994 ,and 2001 to 2004, by acting to surrender national sovereignty to Indian in 1987 and 2002 to LTTE by UNP-Ranil .W as
    leaders right-wing political party.

    The UNP led by Ranil.W.. rules of political games favored Tamil-separatism over the Terroritoril Integrity and Sovereignty of our tiny Island. UNP of Ranil. W….has to assure that those anti-Sri lankan RULES MUST CHANGED negotiation with minority political parties .

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