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Govt. rejects claims on false propaganda

7 November 2018 11:32 pm - 4     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Issuing a statement the Department of Government Information today rejected fake rumours being spread that there were moves to dissolve Parliament.

Information Department Director-General Nalaka Kaluhewa said some groups were attempting to spread fake propaganda saying that the Government is trying to dissolve Parliament.

  Comments - 4

  • Dee Thursday, 08 November 2018 06:42 AM

    Can you also 'reject false rumours' about a Sri Lankan MP being arrested in Singapore with foreign currency (exactly matching LKR 500 million). Until then , the dissolution news will remain true!

    Parakrama Thursday, 08 November 2018 06:52 AM

    The Government doesn't know that, but we know. Let me also tell you next step: referendum to seek legitimacy of MR as PM. Surprise! !!!

    Unchikun Thursday, 08 November 2018 06:59 AM

    The government need not worry. A 2/3 majority is needed to dissolve parliament while they do not have even a simple majority.

    Citizen Thursday, 08 November 2018 07:24 AM

    Where were you all these days. didn't MS inform you earlier before appointing MR unconstitutionally. MS doesn't he is uttering. We have to shamed for having him appointed. Disgrace to the Country.

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