Pickpockets vs pickpockets in Sri Lanka

  • 11 Nov 2008 07:05:24 GMT

    [This looks like the words of some constitutional lawyer who doesn`t have the guts to sign his own name]

    Must be not having enough legal business to do

  • 16 Nov 2008 22:25:22 GMT

    [[Both the SLFP and the UNP thus find themselves in the same dock like two incorrigible pickpockets, one already stealing from the public purse and the other impatiently awaiting an opportunity to do so.

    ]]

    Shri Lanka is in this situation because of these two parties.

  • 16 Nov 2008 23:28:15 GMT

    [Shri Lanka is in this situation because of these two parties]

    Why what about the `mukku` parties that help bring the main parties into power? They do the most damage as very often they see to it that the `tail wags the dog`!!

  • 17 Nov 2008 11:19:44 GMT

    The Constitution itself is UNP`s brainchild. The SLFP criticises it but does nothing to change it and chooses to use it for its own

    advantage.

    Amendment Clause 6(1) is again UNP`s brain child. Once more the SLFP chooses to use it for its benefit.

    Seems the SLFPers are smarter than the UNPers!