UNP launches election campaign

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The United National Party (UNP) yesterday launched its election campaign at Sirikotha. Kicking off the campaign former Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said he is willing to come for a public debate on saving the country from a second wave of COVID-19. Pix by Nimalsiri Edirisinghe

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  • Roger Galpihilla - Germany Monday, 29 June 2020 01:58 PM

    No one in your last Govt. could stop the Churches being attacked. Now you say you want to stop the second wave of Covid-19. You could have stopped the first wave of the virus if you were so capable.

    Ranjith Amarakoon Monday, 29 June 2020 02:02 PM

    Among the gathering is it possible to find someone who could address the farming community in their language using their terminology. That is the weakness Mr. Wickramasinghe and his associates are having. People behind Mr. Premadasa can do it better. But Rajapaksha's can do it much better. This matters more than the policies of these parties.

    Shehan Monday, 29 June 2020 02:36 PM

    As a leader of UNP, you're going to lead party for another election defeat?. ...

    Pissu Simon Monday, 29 June 2020 02:46 PM

    MR will make a clean sweep at the next election. Ranil is sending the UNP into oblivion. The guy can't even frown properly!


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