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Sri Lanka: Special Statement made by the Hon. Prime Minister of Sri Lanka (16.12.2018)

Sri Lanka: Two days, Two major losses for the President!

Since 26th October 2018, the President Maithripala Sirisena appointed a second or a new Prime Minster Mahinda Rajapaksa, this was done in violation of the Constitution and the 19th Amendment. Therefore, the last few days has shown the strength of not only the Parliament, but the independence between the Executive and the Judiciary.

This was done in violation of the Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and his confidence, which he has proven he has in the Parliament. The President has then tried to dissolve the Parliament and take away the powers given to the Parliament. That has also failed. As the President has lost in Supreme Court, as he wrongly dissolved the Parliament on the 9th November 2018.

Since all of that happen, the last 48 hours been vital in reaction to all the hasty actions of the President, that is clearly done without luck or acting clever. As the laws and the MPs have been loyal to principal.

Parliament gives confidence to Wickremesinghe:

COLOMBO, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) — Sri Lanka’s Parliament on Wednesday passed a vote of confidence on ousted Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe with 117 lawmakers from the 225-member Parliament voting in favor” (…) “Following the vote, Wickremesinghe thanked all the parliamentarians who voted for him and promised to protect democracy in the island country” (Xinhua – ‘Sri Lanka Parliament passes vote of confidence on ousted PM’ 12.12.2018).

Supreme Court orders against the Presidents Order to dissolve the Parliament:

The Sri Lankan Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that President Maithripala Sirisena’s decision to dissolve the Parliament 20 months before the end of its term was “unconstitutional”. A seven-member apex court bench said that the President cannot dissolve Parliament until it completes a four-and-a-half year term, the Colombo Gazette reported” (The Indian Express – ‘Sri Lankan Parliament dissolution ‘unconstitutional’, rules Supreme Court’ 13.12.2018).

The acts of 26th October has been lost on the 12th December 2018 by the acts of Parliament. While the acts of dissolving the Parliament by the President on the 13th December 2018. Within 48 hours the President lost twice.

The President acted for some reasons to forge an alliance… where he did the act of making double trouble. Two Prime Ministers without doing it through the proper protocol. That the Parliament have confidence in Wickremesinghe as the PM. While the Supreme Court answered to the illegal dissolving of the Parliament, therefore 48 hours of losses for the President.

The President has lost it in the gamble for appointing Rajapaksa as the PM.

This is for the best of Sri Lanka. Not one individual for selfish reasons tested the whole system and failed. The President has to reinstate Wickremsinghe, because Rajapaksa is unconstitutional, just like his decision to dissolve the Parliament. It is time for the President to swallow his pride and follow the protocol, as it has presented to him. Peace.

Sri Lanka: TNA letter to President Sirisena – “Appointment of a Prime Minister who commands the Confidence of Parliament” (29.11.2018)

Sri Lanka: Office of the Speaker Speaker Karu Jayasuriya – Press Release (14.11.2018)

Sri Lanka: Speaker Karu Jayasuriya statement on Supreme Court Ruling (13.11.2018)

Sri Lanka: Lawyers Condemn and Reject Unconstitutional Dissolution of Parliament, Urges Election Commission to Ignore Unconstitutional Orders of the President (10.11.2018)

Sri Lanka: Speaker Karu Jayasuriya statement condemning the unconstitutional actions of the President (05.11.2018)

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