PMs no-confidence motion: President will not interfere, says Yapa

PMs no-confidence motion: President will not interfere, says Yapa

June 10, 2015   06:17 pm

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By any means, President Maithripala Sirisena will not interfere to take decisions in connection with the motion of no-confidence filed against the Prime Minister, General Secretary of Sri Lanka Freedom Party (UPFA) Anura Priyadarshana Yapa said.


The observation was made at a press conference held at the SLFP headquarters, this afternoon (10).


Yapa also dismissed claims made by Deputy Minister Ajith. P. Perera that there was a move to withdraw the motion against the PM. “The Parliament’s decision on the PM is still pending. There is no need to withdraw it as well,” he added.

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