It is most heart-rending and discomforting to observe and hear of the breakdown of the rule of law. There is a blatant disregard to the patriotic and concerned cry of those who sincerely yearn for good governance. All beings thereby may be well and happy, most certainly not only a few of the VVIPs who are drunk with power and their cronies who want to join the party and prostitute themselves.
Panikkiya Friday, 5 October 2012 20:51
Whats there more to listen to? People have spoken at the PC elections!!
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Psychologist Saturday, 6 October 2012 12:00
Yes, keep your head under sand and bum up thinking winning PC election through corrupt means is all what govt. has to do to maintain their corrupt regime.
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Hussain Saturday, 6 October 2012 17:23
What law and order are your speaking about? There seems to be none. People being gunned down in daylight in front of crowds but no one is arrested. Thugs attack an Army Major and now the major is not the victim but the culprit and the perpetrator is off for a holiday in American. Corruption, nepotism, bribery is rampant in the country. Such a shame what happend to the once beautiful Ceylon of 1948. There was so much of hope, expectation & promise then.
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