Who needs ministers?

  • 7 Aug 2009 14:40:30 GMT

    ON Top of this, Embassies are said to be full of Political appointments who engaged in many businesses including supplying women as Escort services.

  • 7 Aug 2009 19:11:07 GMT

    It`s not the quantity that is important, but the quality. Seems to me you have got it the other way around in SL.

  • 7 Aug 2009 20:12:18 GMT

    This is true, the way the govt is handling the underworld figures are not right. Police always have story. What UNP did in the past has nothing to do now, UPFA cannot repeat it. The allegations aregarding our overseas mission were there for long time. In the case of Kuwait, its a famous things that a vehicle belong to the mission is transporting the Liqior and Kasppu too sometimes, selling women is also done there. This is a famous secret in Kuwait. Cose most Heads of Mission are corrupt political crownies!, yes, we dont want this many incompetent politicians in the coutry. 13 and 17 amendments are also not necessary its trouble.!

  • 8 Aug 2009 02:52:14 GMT

    [What about anti-social elements already in the government ranks? They have become the biggest impediment to the government`s ostensible campaign to rid the country of crime, narcotics and bootlegging.]

    Send them home or to jail before it is too late.

  • 8 Aug 2009 04:33:56 GMT

    If the President wants the country to prosper then he should seriously start weeding out the crooked & corrupt politicians, and all those wrong people in the right places who are nothing but a great liability to the party, to the country and it`s people. Most of them join politics not because they care for the citizens or the Country but only to feather their own nests, in other words to `make hay while the sun shines.`