No-confidence motion against PM to be taken up at parliament today

No-confidence motion against PM to be taken up at parliament today

No-confidence motion against PM to be taken up at parliament today

Written by Nathasha De Alwis

21 Mar, 2018 | 12:49 pm

COLOMBO (News 1st) – The Active Assets and Liabilities draft bill is scheduled to be presented to the house today (March 21). The bill, which is said to be subject to the amendment has been declared as constitutional by the Supreme Court.

Further, the Foreign Exchange Draft Bill is also set to be taken up for debate today (March 21).

The much anticipated no-faith motion against the Prime Minister was also scheduled to be taken up. However, due to a number of members of government expressing their willingness to support the motion, and due to the continued gathering of signatures in support of the motion, questions arise as to whether the motion will be presented today (March 21).


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