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A leap forward in long due MMDA reforms

Daily Mirror Editorial Muslim political and religious leaders must be commended and encouraged for agreeing finally after ten long years of deliberations on the reformation of the Muslim Marriages and Divorce Act (MMDA) in spite of the agreed reforms being far short of national standards. UPFA MP Faiszer Mustapha has told media that the Secretary … Continue reading

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Will Dr.Shafi ever find justice?

Sunday Observer Editorial In Sri Lanka, the authorities of law and order have a chequered history when it comes to fulfilling their duties in consonance with the Law and the Constitution of the country. The Police have been found wanting many a time in ensuring that crimes are prevented or investigated and prosecuted. The Judiciary … Continue reading

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Presidential Problem

Daily Mirror The question remains as to what the President is going to gain by holding Parliamentary Elections before the Presidential Election? He first sought the opinion of the SC as to whether it was five years or six-years that he could stay in office Now seeks a determination from the Supreme Court on when … Continue reading

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In search of a leader to lift the nation

 Daily Mirror Editorial   Sri Lanka’s voters have in the past ended up with leaders whom they don’t eventually want. This is because the majority of the people don’t really know what they want in life. In the past the public, who made up the majority, were from the down-trodden masses and they were the ones … Continue reading

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LAW, DISORDER AND ANARCHY – EDITORIAL

Daily Mirror Editorial In the aftermath of the Easter Sunday suicide bombings where over 250 persons lost their lives in  all places of religious worship, even tourist hotels and schools have been provided security by the state in the form of armed military guards. These guards are armed with T-56 or AK-47 assault rifles, which are … Continue reading

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