Stop insulting others,Sri Lanka President tells new Cabinet

  • 25 Apr 2010 05:37:54 GMT

    I hope MaKaSo and Seenimalli are aware of this.

  • 25 Apr 2010 08:18:14 GMT

    What about insulting the citizens by ignoring all the promises made during the elections?

  • 25 Apr 2010 15:47:36 GMT

    Kiwikanga

    read this part...

    [after they took oaths this afternoon at the Presidential Secretariat. ]

  • 25 Apr 2010 16:12:10 GMT

    [What about insulting the citizens by ignoring all the promises made during the elections?]

    Well well EH, these are all accepted by all Sri Lankans.You promise them five acres of land in the moon and they will vote for you.

  • 25 Apr 2010 16:55:53 GMT

    Stop insulting or demeaning others

    Why don`t you set an example by releasing SF without holding him for no reason Mr. President? ` Practice what you preache, preach what you practice`

  • 25 Apr 2010 22:58:26 GMT

    MR Will not insult or demean others as practicing devout Buddhist that is not in his make up. Constructive criticism yes he will do that as a benevolent leader.

  • 26 Apr 2010 04:02:09 GMT

    MaKaSo

    [after they took oaths this afternoon at the Presidential Secretariat]

    So what??????

    It only shows that you are not aware of parliamentary procedure.

    The president does not officiate in parliament when new MP`s take oaths. The president officiates when the parliament gathers for the first time on a date after the swearing in of the Cabinet and MPs and it is on that day that he officially addresses the members of the Executive and Legislature. (Now say that MR never officially addresses members of the Judiciary!!)

    MR in this instance has addressed the new MP`s at the PS which is quite alright. What`s wrong in that?????

    The official address of the president will follow at the opening of parliament.