Govt. MPs to boycott parliament today

Govt. MPs to boycott parliament today

November 29, 2018   09:46 am


The ruling party parliamentarians will be boycotting the parliamentary session today (29), stated Minister S. B. Dissanayake.

The government MPs boycotted the last two sessions of the parliament as well.

The parliamentary session is scheduled to commence at 10.30 am and the motion to suspend the expenditures of the Prime Minister is scheduled to be taken up for debate at the session today.

According to Minister Dissanayake, the relevant motion presented by the UNP is a complete violation of the constitution under the Article 152 of the constitution.

He says that only a Minister can bring forward such a motion at the parliament and the approval of the Cabinet is a also required for this.

This issue is currently discussed at the court as well; therefore an issue under debate at the courts cannot be discussed at the parliament, he further said. 


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