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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market Talk » Implication to CSE if UNP form a government its own??

Implication to CSE if UNP form a government its own??

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MoneyLover

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asianmirror.lk reporting latest developments that UNF/UNF about to form a government its own with the support of about 10 SLFP ministers to crossover and also silently backed by TNA. If that is the case they would secure the support of about 125 MPs in the parliament. 

What would be the implication to CSE, if such plan materialized?

Ryan Hudson


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How on earth they form government without a peoples mandate? Pathetic

ranferdi

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@Ryan Hudson wrote:How on earth they form government without a peoples mandate? Pathetic

Mandate was given in last parliamentary election.
Do you think Mahinda have a mandate.. In local government elections the mandate was given to rule the local affairs.. 
Try to understand the nature of secularism.

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Yahapalanaya

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@MoneyLover wrote:asianmirror.lk reporting latest developments that UNF/UNF about to form a government its own with the support of about 10 SLFP ministers to crossover and also silently backed by TNA. If that is the case they would secure the support of about 125 MPs in the parliament. 

What would be the implication to CSE, if such plan materialized?
Good for country.CSE will run in BULL.

Ryan Hudson


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Parliamentary mandate has expired now and Batalanda Murderer, Bond Hora Ponil now can not even ask a person to move a chair, UNP can go to hell with defeat with Batalanda murderer, Bloody bastards shuld not ruin this country further

ranferdi

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@Ryan Hudson wrote:Parliamentary mandate has expired now and Batalanda Murderer, Bond Hora Ponil now can not even ask a person to move a chair, UNP can go to hell with defeat with Batalanda murderer, Bloody bastards shuld not ruin this country further

Can parliamentary mandate be gone away with provincial elections???? Please understand the election mechanism and the secularism...

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Ryan Hudson


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Yes Parliamentary mandate or any mandate is superseded by succeeding mandate especially when the opposition has 77% of the local councils, this is magnanimous defeat for the government

ranferdi

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@Ryan Hudson wrote:Yes Parliamentary mandate or any mandate is superseded by succeeding mandate especially when the opposition has 77% of the local councils, this is magnanimous defeat for the government

77% of local councils but overall vote percentage is 44% and 54% is against pohottuwa, That's where consensual negotiations may happen, That's how governments are selected. Whole ball game is in parliament to select priminister and the president still is the president as whole team who backed yahpalanya has more than 54% votes of the country.

Stop playing tricks even Mahinda doesn't want to come back to power till 2020 because he want Ranil to clean the economic mess.

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Ryan Hudson


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@ranferdi wrote:
@Ryan Hudson wrote:Yes Parliamentary mandate or any mandate is superseded by succeeding mandate especially when the opposition has 77% of the local councils, this is magnanimous defeat for the government

77% of local councils but overall vote percentage is 44% and 54% is against pohottuwa, That's where consensual negotiations may happen, That's how governments are selected. Whole ball game is in parliament to select priminister and the president still is the president as whole team who backed yahpalanya has more than 54% votes of the country.

Stop playing tricks even Mahinda doesn't want to come back to power till 2020 because he want Ranil to clean the economic mess.


You seem to be a follower of toilet kata rajitha, all the best for you and god bless

ranferdi

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@Ryan Hudson wrote:
@ranferdi wrote:
@Ryan Hudson wrote:Yes Parliamentary mandate or any mandate is superseded by succeeding mandate especially when the opposition has 77% of the local councils, this is magnanimous defeat for the government

77% of local councils but overall vote percentage is 44% and 54% is against pohottuwa, That's where consensual negotiations may happen, That's how governments are selected. Whole ball game is in parliament to select priminister and the president still is the president as whole team who backed yahpalanya has more than 54% votes of the country.

Stop playing tricks even Mahinda doesn't want to come back to power till 2020 because he want Ranil to clean the economic mess.


You seem to be a follower of toilet kata rajitha, all the best for you and god bless

Oh no I am not a follower of anyone I am on my own.. But please don't get offended I am only bringing you the facts..

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MoneyLover

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@Yahapalanaya wrote:
@MoneyLover wrote:asianmirror.lk reporting latest developments that UNF/UNF about to form a government its own with the support of about 10 SLFP ministers to crossover and also silently backed by TNA. If that is the case they would secure the support of about 125 MPs in the parliament. 

What would be the implication to CSE, if such plan materialized?
Good for country.CSE will run in BULL.

I also think it won't be worse than what happened under UNP-SLFP coalition government where no decision has been made firmly but swing here and there. 
But, it seems MS not allowing RW to form a government so easily leaving SLFP along.

samaritan


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It is reported in today's Island news paper that 'Precautions are in place to prevent laundered money from entering CSE'.

One wonders what precautions are there to prevent laundered money from entering the real estate market??????????????

Do not forget that the UNP in the pretext of safe guarding the EPF money being invested in the CSE, allowed the Bond thieves to rob the EPF funds.

sureshot

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@samaritan wrote:It is reported in today's Island news paper that 'Precautions are in place to prevent laundered money from entering CSE'.

One wonders what precautions are there to prevent laundered money from entering the real estate market??????????????

Do not forget that the UNP in the pretext of safe guarding the EPF money being invested in the CSE, allowed the Bond thieves to rob the EPF funds.


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Ryan Hudson


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All set to form UNP government without peoples mandate, country will go to hell with UNP dictatorship

ranferdi

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@Ryan Hudson wrote:All set to form UNP government without peoples mandate, country will go to hell with UNP dictatorship

If you trust elections and the mandate given to parliamentarians to support any party to form a government you are obliged to accept the new government.

The sole purpose of talking / acting / doing politics to bring the improvement to the country but in your case the sole purpose is to hate UNP.

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Ryan Hudson


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I hate UNP policies and the way they approach solutions, not only me 70% of people in Sri Lanka hate UNP, yesterday the two foreign conspirators Atul Keshap and Singh Sadhu (US ambassodor and Indian HC) has met My3 and asked him to continue till 2020, so USA and India doesnt mind people suffering, we will see what my3 does? people will take tpo street from next week

ice4083


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@MoneyLover wrote:asianmirror.lk reporting latest developments that UNF/UNF about to form a government its own with the support of about 10 SLFP ministers to crossover and also silently backed by TNA. If that is the case they would secure the support of about 125 MPs in the parliament. 

What would be the implication to CSE, if such plan materialized?
If it happens the 10 or so SLFPers would be torjan horses of MR and would only work within his agenda, RIP Sri Lanka

samaritan


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WILL RW'S MANGO FRIEND ARJUNA MAHENDRAN REPORT TO CID ON OR BEFORE TOMORROW???????????

samaritan


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@samaritan wrote:WILL RW'S MANGO FRIEND ARJUNA MAHENDRAN REPORT TO CID ON OR BEFORE TOMORROW???????????
TIME BAR FOR AM TO PRESENT HIMSELF AT THE CID ENDS TODAY. IS AM DISREGARDING THE COURT ORDER???????????

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