Buddhist prelate’s advice disdained!

22 September 2015 06:30 pm - 1     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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This highly respected Buddhist prelate, the founder-leader of movement committed to bringing about a just society threw his full weight behind the campaign to usher in the yahapalanaya government. 



Though he has articulated his disapproval of certain measures taken by the government, he has not given up his effort to put it back on the correct path. 
The prelate now in poor health had recently given some guidelines to be followed in the formation of the new Cabinet along with a list of names of 17 white collar veterans known for their integrity to be considered for appointment as Ministry secretaries. 

The secretaries to all Ministries were appointed last week, but none of the white collar veterans recommended by the prelate was among them, they say. 

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  • TISSA Friday, 25 September 2015 05:31 PM

    REV. HIGH PRIEST MUST REALIZE THAT HIS MISSION IS OVER. HE IS NOW GORAKA AND KARAPINNCHA.


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