Written by Bella Dalima
30 Sep, 2014 | 7:40 pm
The Campaign for Free and Fair Elections or CaFFE alleges that the there have been a series of attacks on opposition politicians with a considerable grassroot support structure after the Uva Provincial Council Poll.
In a statement issued on Tuesday titled, Run up to the Presidential Nomination 2015, CaFFE notes that the attacks could be a part of a broader government strategy to intimidate and create a submissive opposition before the election.
CaFFE Executive Director Keerthi Tennakoon, says that two such incidents have been reported in the last few days in the form of an attack on vehicles at an event in Giriulla and the attack on a hotel owned by an opposition MP in Karuwalagaswewa.
CaFFE urges election officials, the law enforcement authorities and interested parties to be vigilant and take action to stop the attacks on opposition politicians and to thwart any attempts to create an uneven playing field in the coming Presidential Election.
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