12 steps to adopting a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister

12 steps to adopting a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister

November 17, 2018   12:58 am

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The Prime Minister’s Secretary, S. Amarasekara, has issued a statement listing 12 steps that need to be followed to bring forth a motion of no confidence against the Prime Minister and for it to legally be adopted in the Parliament.

It also states that the Parliament should ensure all processes mentioned are carried according to the Constitution, Standing Orders, Parliamentary tradition and procedures.

The statement issued by the Secretary to the Prime Minister also states that the motion of no confidence brought against the former Prime Minister in April 2018 had been presented legally following such due process.

 

Media Release of PM's Secretary - 16.11.2018 by Ada Derana on Scribd

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