The problem of being UNA

  • 8 Nov 2009 20:48:02 GMT

    [ The waste of public funds, the abuse of power, the high cost of living etc. are, no doubt, problems that the Opposition could have exploited to the fullest to win an election but for a situation its friends in the international community have created, where Sri Lanka has had to defend her victory over terrorism ]

    The opposition has accused and the governing party has not defended and stay silent.

    IT is clear President associate with known criminals/thugs and corrupt ministers and the list goes on... What does that say ?

  • 8 Nov 2009 20:51:28 GMT

    Writer of this article (editorial ?) was bit concerned criticizing openly. It is difficult when one is in Sri Lanka.

    Other than that editor knows but he did not write the exact truth.

    Some journalists crying loud because they can not exploit the freedom of expression.

    Others need that right for genuine reasons.

  • 8 Nov 2009 21:21:26 GMT

    UNP lost everything they had by going to UNA.

  • 8 Nov 2009 23:46:19 GMT

    Almost every Country the Opposition has Leadership Problem. Australia, USA, Canada India, Pakistan and the list goes on a nd on. Kevin Rudd a very Junior Politician came like a Satellite and became PM of a Great Country. Remember, Mahinda Rajapakse won by default and with a slender majority. Don`t jump the gun, just now, to right off the UNP. Once the Leadership is changed then it could be a different story.

  • 9 Nov 2009 00:22:30 GMT

    [Once the Leadership is changed then it could be a different story]

    There `WERE` people capable of leading the UNP, but are there `ANY` now??????