Opposition Leader wants ‘special debate’ on IA

[July 23, 2003 - 10.30 GMT] 

Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapakse has requested for a ‘special debate at adjournment’ on the ‘progress relating to the government’s offer of an ‘interim administration’ to the LTTE, in a letter to the Speaker, Joseph Michael Perera yesterday. 

Rajapakse notes the need to have certain matters clarified and explained “in order to make the public aware of the contents of the interim administration draft that has been handed over to the LTTE by the government”. 

Rajapakse has suggested the debate be held without delay and  for at least two days.







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Last Updated Date: July 23, 2003  -10.30 GMT.


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