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* SLFP ministers have no moral right to hold cabinet portfolios if against government - Minister Kiriella
Tue, Apr 10, 2018, 12:14 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Apr 09, Colombo: If cabinet ministers oppose the government they have no moral right to hold the cabinet ministerial portfolios and they should resign, Minister of Public Enterprise and Kandy Development Lakshman Kiriella said today.

The Minister made this remark while participating in the occasion of the reelected Kandy Mayor Kesara Senanayake assuming office today in Kandy.

Minister Kiriella said the Sri Lanka Freedom party ministers who voted for the no-confidence motion brought by the joint opposition against the Prime Minister and the government should resign from their portfolios graciously and it is the parliament's honorable politics.

Mr. Kiriella said that the reorganization of the United National Party (UNP) will be completed before the end of this month giving the young members the opportunity to work within the party and the party is prepared to make a significant change in the country.

 

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