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* Sri Lanka Speaker suggests Constitutional amendment as the solution for the crisis
Sat, Jan 12, 2013, 11:03 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Jan 12, Galle: Sri Lanka parliament Speaker Chamal Rajapaksa said that the solution for the present crisis between the legislature and judiciary in the country is an amendment to the Constitution.

The Speaker addressing a meeting after laying foundation stone to build a new court complex in Galle district said the Constitution should be amended immediately but thoughtfully to avert similar crisis in future.

The Speaker said that both the legislature and judiciary have been exemplary by being swift in resolving problems. He expected that the same efficiency would be seen in resolving the problems of people in future.

The country's biggest court complex will be established at Beligaha Junction, Galle at an estimated cost of Rs. 850 million to move the present court complex from World Heritage Galle Dutch Fort.



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