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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Political and Socio-Economic Analysis » Reality that I can see

Reality that I can see

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1 Reality that I can see on Mon Nov 24, 2014 9:32 am

piyalpy


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Finally, the main opposition UNP field a man from SLFP. This is the second time they field a hired candidate. Shame on them.

Two time failed, bankrupt Chandrika is trying to get the power again. Her productiveness was zero during her regime. She guided to achieve a bankrupt Sri Lanka in late 90s. This time her puppet is Maithripala Sirisena.

Ranil is planning to be a powerful prime minister from the shoulders of Maithripala Sirisena. He is always cunning man. If Maithripala win, he will be the powerful Prime Minister. If Maithripala fails, he can retain UNP leadership and the Opposition Leader position. So, at the end Ranil will be the winner.

Changing the constitution will be a long process. If someone says target time is 24hrs or 100 days, it won't be a realistic value. So, this common candidate does not have proper aim and only armed with set of political words. How can Maithripala change every thing when power vested with Ranil. If they win my country goes very unstable period.

Is this Mahinda Rajapaksha regime truly corrupted or inefficient? Or is it the most famous government we ever had? If the present government is most corrupted then any of opposition candidate can easily topple the government. But they are not doing that. Instead they hired a man from corrupted regime. So, my guess is correct.. This is most populous and attractive government we have ever had.

There are more factions are waiting for Rajapaksha regime change. Western powers and Tamil diaspora are the leading figures behind this aim. So, they will give their maximum for this campaign as well.

This cornered former minister and former SLFP general secretary try to find a shortcut for his destiny. Four years ago Sarath Fonseka did the same thing. ' අනේ පව් මෛත්‍රී’ my true expression in my mother tongue.

2 Re: Reality that I can see on Mon Nov 24, 2014 12:58 pm

nalban


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Api nodanna Chandrika and Rajitha ,

Sensible people will think twice.

3 Re: Reality that I can see on Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:19 pm

Dhehan

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This time voters are very intelligence. So we could see the out come on 08.01.2015

cheers...!

4 Re: Reality that I can see on Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:26 pm

NZ BOY

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@piyalpy wrote:Finally, the main opposition UNP field a man from SLFP. This is the second time they field a hired candidate. Shame on them.

Two time failed, bankrupt Chandrika is trying to get the power again. Her productiveness was zero during her regime. She guided to achieve a bankrupt Sri Lanka in late 90s. This time her puppet is Maithripala Sirisena.

Ranil is planning to be a powerful prime minister from the shoulders of Maithripala Sirisena. He is always cunning man. If Maithripala win, he will be the powerful Prime Minister. If Maithripala fails, he can retain UNP leadership and the Opposition Leader position. So, at the end Ranil will be the winner.

Changing the constitution will be a long process. If someone says target time is 24hrs or 100 days, it won't be a realistic value. So, this common candidate does not have proper aim and only armed with set of political words. How can Maithripala change every thing when power vested with Ranil. If they win my country goes very unstable period.

Is this Mahinda Rajapaksha regime truly corrupted or inefficient? Or is it the most famous government we ever had? If the present government is most corrupted then any of opposition candidate can easily topple the government. But they are not doing that. Instead they hired a man from corrupted regime. So, my guess is correct.. This is most populous and attractive government we have ever had.  

There are more factions are waiting for Rajapaksha regime change. Western powers and Tamil diaspora are the leading figures behind this aim. So, they will give their maximum for this campaign as well.

This cornered former minister and former SLFP general secretary try to find a shortcut for his destiny. Four years ago Sarath Fonseka did the same thing. ' අනේ පව් මෛත්‍රී’ my true expression in my mother tongue.

Well said

5 Re: Reality that I can see on Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:38 pm

barba


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YES WELL SAID

6 Re: Reality that I can see on Mon Nov 24, 2014 2:33 pm

nalban


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MS is in kandy, Not even gone to Parliament today.

Mega cross overs and budget defeat Laughing

7 Re: Reality that I can see on Mon Nov 24, 2014 2:53 pm

D-Rexton

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Dear piyalpy, Exactly correct. well said !  I like to add more into your last para - Ayyo Sirisena, Podu Booruwa kawa neda market eka

8 Re: Reality that I can see on Tue Nov 25, 2014 1:41 am

D-Rexton

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There is a nice saying in an other article.
"Gabsawak Awashyayai - kalalaya athulema marila"

"An abortion is needed - It died right after the conceivement inside itself"

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