TNA promises maximum
cooperation for constitutional reforms
To ensure permanent peace with February 22, 2017, 12:00 pm
justice and equality to all citizens
The TNA promising that they would extend the maximum co-operation for the constitution making processes demanded that those processes should "be taken forward in a genuine and purposeful manner, so as to ensure permanent peace with justice and equality to all citizens."
Leader of the Opposition R. Sampanthan moving a motion for the debate at the time of adjournment yesterday said: "It is fundamental that all extend their cooperation to enable the successful conclusion of these processes."Read More...
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