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Dhammika Perera non-committal over Presidential bid invite


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Popular business leader Dhammika Perera when contacted by the Daily FT over speculation of UNP-led coalition likely to field him as the common Presidential candidate declined to comment at this juncture.

It was reported in social media that Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe had met Perera and suggested he should consider being the common candidate at the Presidential Election slated later this year. 

 

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