Uva campaign worse than Southern and Western : PAFFREL

18 September 2014 07:07 am - 4     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


While claiming the election campaign carried out by various political parties for the Uva Provincial Council was not worse than the campaign in the North Western Province, election watchdog PAFFREL today said it was certainly worse than the Southern and Western Provincial Council election campaigns.  

PAFFREL Executive Director Rohan Hettiarachchi said the state of affair in some of the areas in Moneragala District was appalling.

“We have received complaints on 375 incidents and 287 were confirmed. The majority of the reports, 196 were reported in Moneragala,” he told a news briefing today.

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  • Grateful Citizen Thursday, 18 September 2014 09:07 AM

    [quote name="BuffaloaCitizen"]Where their is a Sinhalese, their will be some form of criminality, abuse and corruption.[/quote]

    Your nickname really matches your stupid ideology !!!!!

    ManuSena Thursday, 18 September 2014 03:12 PM

    janathaawage niyama naayakayin nam janathaa handa nihanda karawannata mey tharam wali kanney manda via DM Android App

    gobbaya Thursday, 18 September 2014 03:24 PM

    if UK also followed miracle of Asia style elections they would never have to worry whether Scotland will secede or not....time to send our politicians as advisers on campaigning for elections to rest of the world and earn good foreign currency....lol via DM Android App

    BuffaloaCitizen Thursday, 18 September 2014 07:44 AM

    Where their is a Sinhalese, their will be some form of criminality, abuse and corruption.

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