Written by Staff Writer
22 Feb, 2015 | 9:38 pm
TNA’s parliamentary group leader R. Sampanthan says that the current constitutional arrangements in the country, do not accommodate the aspirations of our pluralistic society.
Sampanthan made this statement at a conference held in Colombo on Saturday.
The TNA Parliamentary Group Leader expressed the following views,
”But the main problem with this country which we have been confronted with since its independence, unfortunately has not been addressed. Even before the 100-day programme or during the 100-day programme is that there is no programme that which will be directed even after the 100 days. The constitutional arrangements that we have in this country now do not accommodate the aspirations of our pluralistic society. None of these problems that we are confronted with today will ever be satisfactorily resolved unless this fundamental question which have affected the country from independence is addressed and resolved in an honourable way.”
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