'arliament goes hi-tech soon

  • 24 Mar 2005 20:29:58 GMT

    Before Parliament going HITECH there are important things to do:1)Get every MP`s assets and publish in papers,

    2) Measure the Neck size,Waist size,(height not needed as all go high),

    3)Get a full size photograph of each MP and publish in papers with other details,

    3)At the end of the period,get the new assets,measure neck size and waist size and with the new photograph,publish in papers for the information of the voters who are always been betrayed by the MPP.

  • 24 Mar 2005 20:50:06 GMT

    The difficulty we have in our country is that we do not send enough smart people to govern us. We tend to send popular useless people who really do not have much of leadership qualities. A country should be run like a business. The President should be like a CEO.

    Unfortunately we as a country do not think governing as running a business. Most of the best or effective PRESIDENTS/RULERS have been businessmen. Look at Singapore,Hong Kong,Italy,USA,South Korea etc.

    Sri Lanka will be different the day we elect a successful businessman to run our country like business. Till such time we will just fire fight.Every 5 years we give opportunities to different set of people to make money.

  • 25 Mar 2005 00:42:48 GMT

    You are right Leo_M, all the MPs care about filling their own pockets not the people`s welfare. Majority of them are uneducated and unruly. There should be a law passed to have a minimum education level to contest for an MP seat. Also most of them are connected with criminal activities in the country. As long as Srilanka has such ministers, our future is doomed.

  • 25 Mar 2005 02:02:29 GMT

    Nighthawk: You sound like the type of politician we never have, so why don`t you think of running for public service and clean up that mess.

  • 25 Mar 2005 10:08:16 GMT

    first we have to built teconogrates.

  • 25 Mar 2005 12:56:48 GMT

    it`s really funny, I dont know How many Millions of Dollars going to spend for this project. there are Millions of our people who doesn`t have shelter, food and basic needs in our Country.If they want to work for the people they have enough resources to do so rather than going high tech.

  • 25 Mar 2005 14:49:59 GMT

    I fully agree with wasantha. We have to set our priorities right. We have millions of people without even basic necessaties in life. Now the parliment is spending millions for an illiterate bunch of so called MPs, most of them who haven`t even GCE O/L education. It will be another waste of public funds. These people don`t have the know how or the capacity to learn new technology to make use of this investment for the common good of the Sri Lankan people.

  • 25 Mar 2005 17:40:05 GMT

    Why do we give high tech facilities to a bunch of morons in the country ? Give those high tech knowledge to budding engineers in the University of Moratuwa to improve the lifestyle of Sri Lankans. I wonder how many Hospitals in Sri Lanka maintain a database of patients information and use those info for diagnosis. Use that money for such a valuable purpose instead of giving `mirrors to Monkeys`

  • 25 Mar 2005 18:39:14 GMT

    All you guys make fantastic points. Most of these MP monkeys can`t differentiate their arse from their elbows. Now we are going to give them laptops, wireless access etc. Now I can understand if they have the capability to leverage the benefits...but as someone else on this forum mentioned these buffoons will probably log in with earnest to see what the menu is like at the Parliament cafeteria! Everyone (educated or otherwise) who has wanted to do good for the homeland have been forced out or killed. Only the scum remain.