Last Updated : 03-09-2014 02:51

 

 
 

No liquor in election areas on Saturday

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All liquor shops in the Sabaragamuwa, North Central and Eastern provinces will be closed on September 08 in view of the election, Government Information Department said.

 
 

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-0+9 # ANTON 2012-09-06 15:45
Yes , when people consume too much of liquor can't vote.
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-0+8 # saif 2012-09-06 18:21
thats how people elect these politicians
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-0+10 # dev 2012-09-06 18:40
Thanks for the alert! I will but them today for the week end :)
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-1+4 # Political Illiterate 2012-09-07 02:20
Questions for new entrants to schools next year:-
Poya days No Liquor sales; Highest Liquor sales on Pre Poya day.
No Liquor sales on Election day; Therefore highest liquor sales for the next 5 years will occurr in these areas on
(1) Next Poya Day
(2) Next provincial council dissolution day
(3) Next Pre - election day.
This is a compulsory question.
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-0+3 # Lobo 2012-09-07 06:24
In spite of the ban thuggery, intimidation and fraud will still carry on as normal. They should ban this instead of liquor sales which only makes the black-marketeer profit.
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-1+1 # ali 2012-09-07 06:41
its a good idea, but they should have impletmented it from the day they wanted to publish, without giving the people a chance to buy those in advance.. let the people vote for right...
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-0+1 # ChamaraJ 2012-09-07 07:17
Thus, they will all vote peacefully..... and go home for tea !!!!!
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-0+7 # MagodisThuma 2012-09-07 07:39
No Problem... Candidates & Ministers have enough stocks !
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