Written by Amani Nilar
14 Aug, 2022 | 10:34 am
COLOMBO (News 1st); The Elections Commission has decided to summon political parties which do not represent the Parliament.
Its Chairman, Attorney-at-law Nimal Punchihewa stated that the General Secretaries and representatives of political parties who are currently not representing the Parliament have been notified to appear before the Elections Commission on 23rd August.
These parties have been summoned with the aim of seeking their views on the proposals of the Parliamentary Special Committee on the amendment of the election regulations that have been submitted to the Parliament, and to discuss a plan to implement those proposals.
Currently, the number of political parties that are not represented in the Parliament is close to 50.
Recently, the Election Commission held a discussion with the representatives of the 15 political parties representing the Parliament regarding the proposals of the Parliamentary Special Committee on the amendment of the Election Laws.
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