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EPRLF: TNA unity hangs in balance in House

2017-06-19 04:28:57
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Keeping the unity among the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) could not be sustained among the allies, even in Parliament, unless the No-Confidence Motion against Northern Province Chief Minister C. V. Wigneswaran was not withdrawn, Eelam People's Revolutionary liberation Front (EPRLF) Leader Suresh Premachandran opined yesterday.

EPRLF, ITAK, PLOTE and TELO are the constituent parties in the TNA.

The motion has been signed mainly by the ITAK members. The other three parties met last evening and discussed modalities to sort out the problem.

Mr. Premachandran told the Daily Mirror that the motion should be withdrawn as otherwise the TNA would not be able to keep its allies together in Parliament as well. (Kelum Bandara)


  Comments - 7

  • AjithZ Monday, 19 June 2017 06:52

    Whether Sinhala, Tamil or Muslim, our politicians are the same. Personal or party agendas / ambitions come first before the wellbeing of the people they represent.

    Reply : 0       5

    Aladeniya Kirimathaya Monday, 19 June 2017 07:36

    Hay man, we know what is happening - MR wants to break the TNA in to pieces, this is the reality.

    Reply : 4       3

    K.R. Rajakulanderan Monday, 19 June 2017 07:40

    TNA should stand firm until CM Weggie is thrown out and it should be a good slap to Mahinda

    Reply : 8       0

    Lankan Monday, 19 June 2017 10:23

    Why you dragging MR into this?

    Reply : 1       6

    Ravi Sunderanesan Monday, 19 June 2017 07:46

    Before the next elections, MR had planned to break the TNA, let Samanthan talk to the President and PM and sack CM.

    Reply : 7       3

    Jay Monday, 19 June 2017 08:10

    Thank you God for not giving the Tamils, the Eelam. There would have more upheavals and more bloodshed.

    Reply : 6       4

    Lankan Monday, 19 June 2017 10:26

    What has TNA achieved by cooperate with the government for the past 2 years?

    Reply : 2       3

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