Jayantha Jayasuriya recommended for post of AG

2016-02-10 18:10:56

The Constitutional Council today recommended Senior Solicitor General Jayantha Jayasuriya for the post of Attorney General (AG).


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  • Dutchy Wednesday, 10 February 2016 18:21

    The process of choosing a new AG took the time of sorting out the applications for the beauty pageant.

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    ziyard Wednesday, 10 February 2016 18:46

    bad luck for thieves...cheers !!!

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    Sim Wednesday, 10 February 2016 19:51

    Hope now the wheel of justice will roll smoothly

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    Premalal Wednesday, 10 February 2016 21:11

    The hopes of 21 million Sri Lankans will rest on this man. We hope that he would stand by the common man and not the politician.

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    Nauffer Mohamed Thursday, 11 February 2016 09:15

    AG should an independent gentleman with no political Influence. By natural dept. we need a proper judicial system to in force. The country should come to respect all citizens. They have to respect the law and order Of our beautiful nation.

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    Katie Thursday, 11 February 2016 09:26

    Choosing somebody to this position is no easy task and certainly not a beauty pageant! Careful consideration and proper scrutinizing should be done because as said before the lives of many Sri Lankans depends on him and his decisions.

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    Ranjit Thursday, 11 February 2016 09:53

    There are many or some court orders against the prevailing court procedure. Will you take them in when complained and reverse these unlawful court orders and save the innocent litigants. WHAT IS YOUR VERDICT in this land case - the demand of the plaintiff is to partition a land of 137 14 perches? The court commissioner reported to the judge that the land is ONLY HALF OF 137 14 perches. WHAT IS YOUR LAWFUL AND LEGITIMATE JUDGEMENT? via DM Android App

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