Let the legal process go on - President
Asked about the arrest of General Sarath Fonseka,
by The Hindu Editor-in-Chief N. Ram, President Mahinda Rajapaksa
said: “My view is, let the legal process go on.” “I don’t want to
get involved in it. Discipline is an Army matter. If I get involved,
Army discipline will go for a six. I don’t want to do that. It is
very important that democracy is restored,” the President said
during the interview at Temple Trees.
President promises smaller Cabinet
The future Government has no intention of having
a large Cabinet of Ministers, said President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
Addressing the Badulla SLFP district organisers’ meeting at
Bandarawela Town Hall on Saturday, President Rajapaksa said young
politicians with commitment and a correct attitude would be given a
major role to play in the Nation’s future development.
Piyakaru Purawara - Theth bim surakimu:
Sanctuaries, biodiversity parks for Kotte
The Environment and Natural Resources Ministry
and the Urban Development and Sacred Areas Development Ministry have
made arrangements to add environmental features such as bird
sanctuaries and biodiversity parks in the city of Sri