The protest followed a no confidence motion submitted against Energy Minister Udaya Gammanpila.
The SJB parliamentary group including Opposition Leader Sajith Premadasa have signed the motion
The main opposition SJB claims Wickremesinghe's entry to parliament is the result of a deal with the government
Fishermen alleged the attack had happened at the maritime border on June 04
The outspoken MP was in the eye of a storm recently regarding a startling allegation he had made in parliament
There has also been an increased number of attempts to cross provincial borders, police said.
Denying any rift within the SJB, Fonseka insisted that the party works through dialogue and consensus.
Bilateral trade minimal despite various agreements
"The Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) is revisiting provisions in the PTA as has already been communicated to the EU."
"Such immature actions ultimately result in the people losing confidence in the government."
Authorities had been alerted of armed men sailing on a boat from Sri Lanka “to enter the state with a sinister design"
On June 08, the Parliamentary Council approved President Rajapaksa’s proposal to appoint Obeysekera to the Supreme Cou...
The party said the EU resolution is yet another foreign policy failure of the Sri Lanka government.
Premadasa urged the government to use the funds to vaccinate the public against COVID-19
Draft framework by National Law Commission could be a starting point
"In the face of the danger that has arisen, the GSP+ must not be politicised."
Minister accused of not taking correct decisions
“It’s really rich coming from a government that routinely uses fake news to for its own projects,” said Dr Amara...
Midwives, grama niladaris over-worked, unions not interested
The BASL is apprehensive of the executive including the police being allowed to decide on what is or is not fake news
“As a servant of the people, I do not wish to be vaccinated until everyone in the country is vaccinated."
The two suspects will be detained and questioned under provisions in the Prevention of Terrorism Act
The EU expressed deep concern over Sri Lanka's "alarming path towards the recurrence of grave human rights violations"
Three Sri Lankan apparel companies and one chemical manufacturing company based in Ethiopia
“On the whole, people’s behaviour has been satisfactory,” the police spokesman said.
It is important to remain adequately prepared for natural disasters and man-made catastrophes