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UNP to consult Dangerous Drugs Control Board before nominations

3 July 2015 12:17 pm - 10     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

The United National party (UNP) said today it would request for a detail report from the National Dangerous Drugs Control Board (NDDCB) about those who involved in drugs, ethanol or any other illegal business before finalizing nominations.

Buddha Sasana, Public Administration, Democratic Governance Minister Karu Jayasuriya said steps would be taken to cancel nominations of candidates if their allegations were proved even after giving nominations to them.

Minister Jayasuriya was appointed to lead the election campaign of the UNP.

  Comments - 10

  • Nims Saturday, 04 July 2015 11:45 AM

    At least make compulsory to have a Basic Degree

    Ram Saturday, 04 July 2015 06:06 AM

    ask all prospective candidates to provide wealth declaration and affidavits confirming that such declarations are true and that they have not been involved in drugs or criminal activity

    robert Saturday, 04 July 2015 11:52 AM

    Who sold the Insurance corporation and CWE ?

    Sikuru Friday, 03 July 2015 05:52 PM

    A Great decision by the UNP! Do not allow the drug dealers that destroy society enter the Parliament let them be with MR

    appuhamy Friday, 03 July 2015 05:59 PM

    Good tactical move by the UNP. Pressure on MS to follow up. ...

    nimal Friday, 03 July 2015 06:00 PM

    really?.what are you geting at?.are you thinking that every one do drug dealing will be listed there?.what a mindless joker LOLkeep the jokes coming!....

    Lankan Saturday, 04 July 2015 03:08 PM

    At least A/L Pass

    Mason Friday, 03 July 2015 06:05 PM

    How about bribe taking and other corrupt activities. Have you asked for a report from relevant authorities. Every cent taken as bribe and commission, we the public are paying back as taxes.

    modoya Saturday, 04 July 2015 01:29 PM

    You should consult the astrologer

    Bernie Wijesiriwardena Saturday, 04 July 2015 12:52 AM

    If MS is standing by the principles and not opportunities to retain power then providing any form of endorsements to a suspected hora is not worthy to be called a leader. It is a sad state of affairs in Sri Lanka, full of corrupt politicians extending to the judiciary,law enforcement and even religious bodies. Voters are manipulated by unethical and illegal means to gain power. It is a sad day for Sri Lanka. There was hope at the beginning of the year but now it is fading off. Bernie

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