BRING NO CONFIDENCE MOTION AGAINST THE ENTIRE GOVERNMENT
Posted on May 14th, 2019

By M D P DISSANAYAKE

The current political situation in Sri Lanka arguably becoming extremely complex and convoluted by the hour.  The majority of Sri Lankans have expressed their lack of confidence in the government since the Good Friday attack.

In spite of government assurances, the parents are refusing to send their loving children to schools.  The shopkeepers are reluctant to resume their businesses for fear of reprisals.  The workforce reluctant to report for work.  The management of most companies have remained closed  due to lack of work force, reduction of incoming sales orders or cancellation of existing orders.   The service sector is paralysed, home craftsmen’s’ activities eroded, factories have reduced their shift working hours or temporary closed down.   These factors results in erosion of export trade. Imported goods are stock piling at the Port containers causing demurrages and stevedoring charges.  Due to reduction of volume of products and services, the selling prices are becoming prohibitive.

In the midst of all these, the Prime Minister and the President are playing games.  They don’t see each other eye to eye.  The government is dysfunctional. The situation cannot be rectified by sacking few selected Cabinet Ministers or Governors.  The situation is much larger and pose a serious threat to Sri Lanka’s independence as a sovereign nation.

All Members of Parliament who realize the dangers of Sri Lanka becoming  unsafe place to live, should support a No Confidence Motion against the entire Government and the Cabinet of Ministers, so that a snap General Election could be called.

One Response to “BRING NO CONFIDENCE MOTION AGAINST THE ENTIRE GOVERNMENT”

  1. Hiranthe Says:

    Good Idea to bring a NCM.

    But you can not defeat this lot. Money talks more than anything for them.

    They will sell their Mothers, Wives, Sisters and Daughters for a gain.

    Such dirty hooligans are in the ruling clan.

    You have to only wait for a General Election I am afraid.

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