Sajith to contest for the leadership election

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It is reliably learnt that UNP MP Sajith Premadasa is planning on contesting for the party leadership at the last minute after announcing that he was only contesting for the deputy leadership of the UNP.

He had decided not to announce his decision to contest for the party leadership following advice received from his theoretician.

Sajith has already launched a special campaign aimed at taking over the party leadership and parliamentarians Rosy Senanayake, Sujeewa Senasinghe, Ranjith Madduma Bandara, Dilip Wedarachchi, Thalatha Atukorale, John
Amaratunge, Kabir Hashim and Earl Gunaseker are supporting him in this endeavor.

Although parliamentarian Dayasiri Jayasekera has expressed solidarity with Sajith, he has launched a separate campaign with UNP provincial councilors with the intention of becoming a future leader of the party.

Video of his Statement >


5 thoughts on “Sajith to contest for the leadership election

  1. UNP catastrophe simply explained… why this idiocy… it’s a norm that everybody agree when we are playing as a team… we are guided by a vision and we have a strategy to achieve that vision as mission… in a team if some player may face draw backs doesn’t mean we should loose the whole game.. we replace and doesn’t mean that player is out for life… most important is we stick to the vision, respect it there is no “I” always there “we” play by the rules, respect rules, self disciplined… thats what educated bunch of people do… in UNP the Leader say a about democracy… read past news papers we can’t see he is behaving according to damn democracy.. he makes decisions ruthlessly… he appoint people with his wired sexual appeal… he is not normal person… he discourage his followers… he grabs on to power greedily, he make controversial circumstances to propagated dispute among the party affiliates to mask his faults… statistics shouting that he fails for zillion times yet he won’t give up… past few weeks it has been hilarious… the effort he puts in to grab the power inside the party… if that strategy put in to work out side UNP could have been won the election… but no … he don’t wont to take the government(it’s very dangerous to give government to sex weirdos like Ranil) … he want to take the main role inside the party so that he can pin down the party going for score… he is jealous that new guy will arise and change the party to new flying colors… he won’t allow that… so sad… i feel sorry about the affiliates follower trustees… voters… they all in jeopardy with this homo looser…

  2. Some politicians are real murderers. Ranil Wickremesinghe was behind the burning of Jaffna Public Library in 1981. Ranil Wickremesinghe ordered and witnessed the execution of hundreds of innocent young men from Kelaniya area in his torture chamber in Batalanda in 1989 which was confirmed by the Presidential Commission of Inquiry which comprised retired judges. The courts rejected charges based on technical issues, not factual issues. Since Ranil Wickremesinghe committed these horrendous crimes in Batalanda, Ranil Wickremesinghe had to abandon not only his electorate of Biyagama, but also the Gampaha District. Since these murders Ranil Wickremesinghe is an MP without an electorate – thanks to his uncle J. R. Jayawardene’s constitution. After the 1989 Batalanda mass murder, Ranil Wickremesinghe recruited a convicted killer and multiple criminal Gonawala Sunil as his secretary. Ranil Wickremesinghe’s secretary Gonawala Sunil went around killing and intimidating people Ranil Wickremesinghe wanted to be silenced. Several dedicated armed forces personnel were also threatened by Gonawala Sunil. Ranil Wickremesinghe’s corruption in “LH Plantations” has been highlighted with excruciating details by his closest ally Mangala Samaraweera. Ranil Wickremesinghe’s very close family members own several newspapers, broadcasting and telecasting stations which promote Ranil Wickremesinghe and help to prolong his political survival.

    -Nalliah Thayabharan

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