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UNP member of the Southern Provincial Council Maithri Gunaratne addresses a press conference where he announced that the reformists have decided not to attack the leadership because of the situation arisen in the country with the introduction of the Revival of Underperforming Enterprises and Unutilised Assets Bill. Pix by Nisal Badhuge

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