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'Our Vision' in London

The Leader of the JVP Comrade Anura Dissanayaka, on a visit to London on an invitation by the JVP Committee in the UK addressed seminars in London on the 24th and 25th to discuss 'Our Vision', the policy framework of the JVP, adopted at its 7th National convention with Members of the JVP in UK and Sri Lankans domiciled in the UK.

A large number of Sri Lankans and their supporters were present at the seminars held at St. John’s Community Center at Crawford Avenue at Wembley in London on 24th May at 3.00 p.m. and the one that was held at 6th Form Center, White Hart Lane, London on 25th at 10.00 a.m. The seminars were organized by the JVP Committee in the UK.

 

Govt. allows issues to escalate and manipulates clashes among masses – Comrade Vijitha Herath

The government, instead of solving problems, allows them to escalate and a good example for this is the incident that occurred at Alawwa Railway Station yesterday (20th) when passengers assaulted the engine driver said Information Secretary of the JVP Comrade Vijitha Herath.

Speaking at a media conference held at the head office of the JVP at Pelawatta today (21st) Comrade Vijitha Herath said, “By now the passenger transport sector has moved towards a national crisis. A large number of train passengers as well as bus passengers have become victims of this crisis. Even when relevant ministers are made aware of the issues they pay attention to other matters without attempting to find answers for the problems.

 

JVP protests in Italy against Nazism in Ukrain

A protest organized by ‘Internationalists against fasism in Italy’ against the support for nazism in Ukraine by European Union was held opposite EU office on the 13th in Rome.

 

Wesak message of the JVP

Today is Wesak Poya Day, the day Buddhists all over the world accept as the day in which Lord Buddha’s Birth, Enlightenment and Nirvana took place. This day is commemorated, venerated and honoured by all Buddhists.

 

Lord Buddha’s teachings that help the society to progress include cooperation, working for reconciliation and righteousness. Undoubtedly, most of the virtuous qualities that exist in the Sri Lankan society have been nurtured by His teachings. When these teachings were followed Sri Lanka was known as ‘Dharmadweepa’.

 

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