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President will be the loser at the election – Comrade Tilvin Silva

The President who violates election law by participating at propaganda campaigns of UPFA candidates for the Uva PC election and is participating in opening ceremonies that are usually carried out by chairmen of pradeshiya sabhas would be the loser. This would be the election the President would lose. At this election, in which the President is in the forefront of the campaign, the government would lose votes and seats. As such, it is the President who would be the loser says the General Secretary of the JVP Comrade Tilvin Silva.  Read more...

 

JVP at Asia Pacific meeting of WFDY

The Asia Pacific Regional Meeting of the World Federation of Democratic Youth was held in Kathmandu in Nepal from 5th to 8th September. The Member of the Central Committee of the JVP and the National Organizer of Socialist Students Union Comrade  Nalinda Jayatissa participated.

Representatives from India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and North Korea were present and an international seminar was held on the 7th. Read more...

 

President, the biggest obstacle for free & fair election – Comrade Anura Dissanayaka

“Today the President has made opening school buildings one of his election projects. As such, the president uses the powers given to him illicitly. As the first citizen of the country he is bound to be an example regarding the supremacy of the law. He is the one who should take the lead in holding a free and fair election. But what happens is that the President blatantly violates election laws. If the President acts in that manner  what can we say about Sasheendra Rajapaksa or Minister Vijayamuni Zoysa’s son? The biggest obstacle to hold a free and fair election has become the President,” said the Leader of the JVP Comrade Anura Dissanayaka speaking at a media conference held at the JVP head office at Pelawatta today (12th).   Read more...

 

JVP struggles for the independence of state employees – Comrade Vijitha Herath

The government slashed the pension gratuity of the state employees. The government and the President prepared plans to do so. The JVP carried out a massive struggle against this sordid act in Parliament, Provincial councils and trade unions. A struggle was carried out incorporating all state employees. In the end the government had to withdraw. Also, it is the JVP that acts to protect the independency of the state employees and struggles against state employees being used for political agendas of the government.

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