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* No-Confidence motion against Minister Faizer Mustapha
Mon, Aug 14, 2017, 11:40 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Aug 14, Colombo: Badulla district United National Party parliamentarian Chaminda Wijesiri said that the drafting of a no-confidence motion against Minister of Local Governments and Provincial Councils Presidents Counsel Faizer Mustapha was initiated yesterday (13).

MP Wijesiri said the no-confidence motion is brought against Minister Mustapha based on the postponement of the local election, protecting the corrupted and avoiding answering questions in parliament.

He said several MPs from the government and opposition have already expressed their willingness to support this no-confidence motion.

MP Chaminda Wijesiri told Parliament on 9th August that a no-confidence motion would be brought against Minister Faizer Mustapha.

Meanwhile, a group of UNP MPs will bring a no-confidence motion against the Minister of Justice Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe for delaying prosecution of the former regime's politicians over fraud and corruption and for violating the collective responsibility of the cabinet.

 


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