No pension for 64 MPs if parliament is dissolved tomorrow
Posted on March 1st, 2020

Courtesy Adaderana

If the parliament of Sri Lanka is dissolved at midnight tomorrow (02) as planned, 64 parliamentarians will lose out on their pensions.

A Member of Parliament must complete a five-year tenure to receive pension rights.

Accordingly, the United National Party (UNP) parliamentarians will lose the most pension rights, with 36 MPs in total who might lose the right.

Additionally, 21 United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) MPs, 6 Tamil National Alliance (TNA) MPs, and one JVP MP lose their pension rights.

The Gazette Extraordinary pertaining to the dissolution of the parliament is set to be published at midnight tomorrow, government sources told Ada Derana.

One Response to “No pension for 64 MPs if parliament is dissolved tomorrow”

  1. aloy Says:

    Not only that all 225 should be denied seats in next parliament for going to polls without solving the two main issues: the 4/21 and the bond scam for which Gota was voted in.

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