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The Yahapalana types, who have been in slumber for far too long by not talking about what they have achieved during the last couple of years, have finally woken up to the reality of working together. A major effort is being taken by a politician close to the centre to bridge the divide. A media campaign is on the cards but we hear it will not be done by the house that delivered a loss to the greens at the local government elections. Hmm…

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