Namal says ruling coalition trying to create majority while country suffers

Former Minister Namal Rajapaksa says the ruling coalition is trying to create a majority while the country is suffering.

He fears the overall focus has been shifted on meeting different agendas and not addressing the actual crisis at hand.

In a tweet, the former Sports Minister and son of Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa said that the ruling coalition is divided and trying to create a majority, while the country is suffering.

He said that while a section of the general public are busy protesting against the Government, the opposition is busy organizing a protest March.

“The ruling coalition is divided and trying to create a majority, while the country is suffering,” he said in his tweet.

Rajapaksa asked if we are truly addressing the issues at hand or busy with different agendas.

The ruling coalition is split with one group wanting Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa to resign and another wanting President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to step down. (Colombo Gazette)

3 COMMENTS

  1. He is a buffoon,son of a buffoon.
    I saw the fellow was skiing g in Maldives and jumping in a parachute.
    This idiot should should take stock of his acts.
    Where is the billions of Dollars plundered from country.
    People are starving/dying. What BS is this idiot talking about.
    The whole family should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity

    • The other politicians have learned from the Rajapaksas ;-))

      Look who is talking, the same minister who was having holiday in overseas while the country has been suffering.

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