Saturday, 25th October 2014

Letters

Gentlemen as Judges I read with keen interest the news items on the launching of four books written by Attorney General Palitha Fernando in the Daily News. Prof. Carlo Fonseka who participated at the launching ceremony paid gracious tribute to Palitha Fernando for the quality of his books. At the same time, the author received praise from the audience and the readers, for the language and literal quality of the books. For the first time in the history of our local judicial system, Attorney General Palitha Fernando is making earnest attempt to minimize delays in court decisions and finalising...
President Rajapaksa has executed same powers as predecessors The Portuguese, Dutch and British invasions, the Kandyan Convention, British rule, Independence in 1948, the insurgency in 1971, establishment of the Republic in 1972, establishment of an Executive Presidency in 1978, communal riots in 1983 and in 1989, the war declared by LTTE terrorists in the north up to the appointment of President Mahinda Rajapaksa, were all needs of the eras that could not be prevented but had to be allowed to prevail, as changes are being made by mother nature and not by man. Man only has to act according to...
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