Current ambiguity  caused by the  Speaker – SB Dissanayake

Current ambiguity caused by the Speaker – SB Dissanayake

Current ambiguity caused by the Speaker – SB Dissanayake

Written by Staff Writer

15 Nov, 2018 | 9:33 pm

Colombo (News 1st) – The UPFA convened a media briefing after the Parliament session ended today (November 15).

Speaking to the journalists, MP S. B. Dissanayake stated that the speaker should have read the letter sent to him by the president, rather than disregarding the letter by stating that there is no Prime Minister in the Parliament today. He stated that the Speaker should be responsible for the current ambiguous  state of the country

MP Dallas Allahaperuma stated that the Speaker recognized Mahinda Rajapaksa as an MP and right after his speech the Speaker moved for a vote against him which is not right. He questioned in which parliament is a vote held against an MP

In the ruckus that erupted in Parliament today, MP Dilum Amunugama suffered an injury to his hand.  MP Dayasiri Jayassekara charged that the injury was caused by a stabbing and that they hoped to lodge a complaint with the  Police regarding the injury.

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