National Movement for Power Devolution calls for the law to be given its due place

National Movement for Power Devolution calls for the law to be given its due place

National Movement for Power Devolution calls for the law to be given its due place

Written by Tharushan Fernando

14 Dec, 2016 | 9:43 pm

The National Movement for Power Devolution convened a media briefing in Colombo on Wednesday. Speaking at the briefing, Leader of the National Unity Front Azad Sally said that there will not be problems if the law is given its due place.

He added that Mahinda Rajapaksa who built the Hambanthota port and named it after him, could not even recruit these employees but now he says that if this was his own regime he would have made all of these individuals employees of the Hambantota Port.

“This is what you call day-dreaming. He is obsessing over the fortune teller”, he said

He  added that this time the fortune teller predicts that he will rule the country from January 24, and the former president told certain companies to cause confusion and sabotage in the country until he comes back to power.

“So even in the face of this, if the government is not taking any action what we can say is the government is digging its own grave”, charged the NUF leader.

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