President leaves for UK, will hold talks with David Cameron

Sirisena UKPresident Maithripala Sirisena left for London today to participate in the Anti- Corruption Summit – 2016, the President’s office said.

The Anti-Corruption Summit will commence tomorrow (May 12) in London, under the patronage of British Prime Minister David Cameron, with the participation of the leaders of several countries and other representatives. President Maithripala Sirisena is scheduled to address the summit on its first day.

President Sirisena is participating in the summit after accepting the invitation extended by the British Premier when he met him at the Commonwealth summit held in Malta last January.

The President will hold bilateral discussions with Cameron on the sidelines of the Anti- Corruption Summit, the President;s office said. (Colombo Gazette)


  1. Why is the government NOT probing the corruption charges of two Muslim ministers who amazed wealth during the Mahinda Rajapaksa government before January 8th., 2015 and are now holding important ministerial posts in the Maithripala Sirisena – Ranil Wickremasinghe “Yahapalana” government. Corruption charges have also been reported against these Muslim ministers even in the present .”Yahapala” government. Is it true that one of these Muslim Ministers is on Maithripala camp in the “Yahapalana” government and the other is in the Ranil camp of the “Yahapalana” government? It is also rumoured that one of these ministers had very heavily funded the campaign in 2015 against Mahinda Rajapaksa and also vetted the JVP to sweep the land rackets under the carpet, that many Buddhist and environmental organizations has brought to light. HE. Maithripala Sirisena has to set in motion probes/inquiries against these Muslim ministers at the earliest. Deceptive Muslim politicians have disgraced the Muslim community in Sri Lanka enough and the Muslim community need to clear our name in the interest of our next generation as NOT being racketeers.


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