Former Foreign Affairs Minister Ravi Karunanayake today said they would defeat the no-confidence motion brought against Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne by the Joint Opposition MPs.
Addressing a news briefing organised by the UNP backbenchers, MP Karunanayake said they would show that they have faith in Minister Senaratne.
“Today, the JO is making a joke out of no-faith motions. The latest motion had been signed by 39 thieves and handed over to the Speaker.We vehemently condemn this motion as this is an attempt to obstruct the achievements of the Yahapalanaya,” he said.
He said as someone who has experienced no-faith motions, he came forward with other MPs to prevent no-faith motions being brought against others ministers.
He said the government was able to change the habit of legislators looting the public and to take the country forward.
“Minister Senaratne committed immensely to bring the government to power. He is someone who speaks courageously. Therefore, a group of opposition MPs who are against these developments had brought a no-faith motion. We completely reject this,” he said. (By Lahiru Pothmulla)
Pics by Pradeep Pathirana
silva Friday, 25 August 2017 10:10 PM
Please do not give publicity to this Thief anymore. He should be in jail. He wants to come back and steal some more.
Chen Koon Sunday, 27 August 2017 04:16 PM
Wow . . .Horu wenuen Horu . . .!!
Peter Monday, 28 August 2017 07:35 PM
who wants to see the face of this treacherous rogue who deceived all reducing some petty unwanted food items before the election, then put vat and various other taxes without sympathy, till break our back while doing so, stole our national treasury to obtain comforts to him,his family and rogues around him, the people around him are whom benefited from the loot,
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