A triumph for democracy

  • 15 Mar 2008 09:10:03 GMT

    The country just celebrated 60 years` of democracy. Where has it taken the country?

    If it is to make any difference, the East should NOT follow the country`s abominable record. The elected representatives should genuinely serve the people very much unlike those elected to serve the country. But, there is nothing to instil any hope or confidence.

  • 15 Mar 2008 09:49:11 GMT

    Eye opener to fading IC Worriers and political parties side with them.

    A meaningful triumph still to see../parties elected should bring in collective programs to the well being of the masses.

    A past terror outfit who turned to Democratic way,to achieve rights for there own race should now work with other

    races to a common goal.

    Main Opposition again fail to achieve there motives which will bring more minority parties in coming Elections.

  • 15 Mar 2008 10:03:55 GMT

    [Karuna Group (TMVP) has entered the democratic mainstream ]

    No, No, No he entered UK with a forged passport with diplomatic visa obtained by the SLG by duping the British High Commission in Colombo. SLG smuggled him to UK by masterminding a rift between Karuna and more easily manipulatable Pilliyan.

    Pillaiyan threatened Tamil civilians to

    1. stand in the election as candidates and

    2. vote for his paramilitary TMVP

    which colluded with SLFP against the main oppositon UNP and the main Tamil party, TNA.