Pillaiyan joins other Chief Ministers to demand full powers to PCs

  • 21 May 2008 04:31:27 GMT

    This is the first slap on the face of (foolish) MR who gave power in the East to an active LTTE leader, who has not surrendered arms yet. Next slap would be to declare independence. And next would be drive away the Slankan army and police from the east. And next would be to declare his true alligence to VP.

    Full circle. Sinhalase people get killed and their money spent to keep LTTe in power under the secret pact.

  • 21 May 2008 04:42:29 GMT

    [apiwavamu ratanagamu programmes ]

    I don`t know about this, but API GAHAMU RATA ARIMU is the program that all politicians favor.

  • 21 May 2008 06:17:42 GMT

    New liberation fight begins.MR will worry.

  • 21 May 2008 08:14:32 GMT

    I don`t mind who rule the country, whether UNP or SLFP and also I don`t think it will make any different to the general public at large.Since the independence our country ruled by both the parties and poor are still poor.

    If somebody insult any of the leaders there is something critically wrong.

    Those are the probabilities.

    1) Paid slave of the party.

    2) Former domestic servant.

    3) A government servant promoted by political influences.

    3) Distance relative of the leader.

    4) For money

    5) Person without personality.

    Ane machochokka kiyapi.

  • 21 May 2008 09:05:21 GMT

    Very Good, Remarkable,show to the world that you can rule according to democratic principals, and give a lesson to your former comrade Pribaharan and his gang , that this is the only way to achieve power.

  • 21 May 2008 09:14:52 GMT

    Pillaiyan is still in favour of letting the Sinhala president

    1. sack the CM and appoint another man of his choice

    2. dissolve the PC and

    3. control his PC`s budget. (demo-crazy?)

    [ All chief ministers of the eight provincial councils including the recently elected chief minister of the Eastern Province Sivanesathurai Chandrakanthan have decided to forward a resolution to the Government that they be vested with full powers in accordance with the 13th amendment.

    These powers hitherto not enjoyed by the seven provincial councils include police, land and judiciary. Government was in favour of granting these powers to the PCs as recommended by the All Party Representative Committee (APRC)]

  • 21 May 2008 10:51:07 GMT

    Sarathiyake putta ,bycycle horra,balargy,

  • 21 May 2008 11:09:39 GMT

    Not a bad move..APRC proposals must be implemented without delay..

  • 21 May 2008 12:00:58 GMT

    [APRC proposals must be implemented without delay.. ]

    Any difference between the SO called APRC proposals and discredited 13th Amendment?

    APRC Chaiman knelt down in front of the chauvinist master, Mahindutta Rajagemunu and dug out 13th Amendment and put it in his wrapper.

    What happened to 17th Amendment?, Appointment of Constitutional Council?

  • 21 May 2008 14:32:57 GMT

    Do not foget the past.I think you sihalese has short memories.So called CM Perumal (EPRLF) who was installed as CM for North East PC by India with the help of IPKF then requested for full power & then when he failed declared Ellam & ran away to India together with IPKF.So history is going to repeat.This is one of the reason Pillaiyan is not givihg up arms.He also knows that the sinhalese govt will never standby its agreemants or pacts.Its just a matter of time thats the main reason why LTTE is quiet re the elections.Pillaiyan will mke his wealth as MR brothers.