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Parliament no longer supreme?


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It is the UNP and its cabal which has destroys the supremacy of the Parliament by appealing to the Supreme Court. Worse off, it had sought for an injunction at Supreme Court clearly making it subservient to Supreme Court. 

In the days of Phillip Gunawardene (father of Dinesh), it is true they had fisticuffs and flying chairs in the hallowed Parliament. However, it never resorted to the Judiciary in the internal matters of Parliament. With ‘friends of Parliament’ like Ranil Wickremesinghe, you really do not need to have enemies of democracy.

Agra T. Wijeratne,Pannipitiya


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