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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2400

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“Vote for the United People's Freedom Alliance. Make this country victorious" – President Mahinda in Mullaitivu

President Mahinda Rajapaksa addressing a public rally of the UPFA yesterday at Mullaitivu e ago said that the victory of the UPFA is a victory of the people. He recalled that the past 30 years had been a period of distress, terror and darkness for everyone, but now the war is over and the country has been liberated. He requested the people to protect the country by casting their votes for UPFA on the 8th of January.

“Vote for the United People's Freedom Alliance. Make this country victorious" – President Mahinda in Mullaitivu
“Vote for the United People's Freedom Alliance. Make this country victorious" – President Mahinda in Mullaitivu
“Vote for the United People's Freedom Alliance. Make this country victorious" – President Mahinda in Mullaitivu
“Vote for the United People's Freedom Alliance. Make this country victorious" – President Mahinda in Mullaitivu
“Vote for the United People's Freedom Alliance. Make this country victorious" – President Mahinda in Mullaitivu
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What is the cost of a regime change by a multiple headed coalition? Should Sri Lankans cut the nose to spite the face?

On the 8th of January 2015, Sri Lankans will have their opportunity to decide whether to give President Rajapaksa a third term in office or elect the common candidate Maithripala Sirisena nominated by a multiple headed coalition of disparate individuals, to the highest office in Sri Lanka. They could over react to a problem in hand or they could vote for growth and progress.

What is the cost of a regime change by a multiple headed coalition? Should Sri Lankans cut the nose to spite the face?
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In Kilinochchi: President Mahinda Appeals To Tamil Leaders To Join Hands To Developed The Country

This area was enveloped in darkness for 30 long years which spread differences in nationality and religion. An era which we should erase from our memory, said President Mahinda Rajapaksa addressing the UPFA public rally in Kilinochchi on Thursday (18).

 In Kilinochchi: President Mahinda Appeals To Tamil Leaders To Join Hands To Developed The Country
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