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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2428

Political Parties Sent Nominees For Parliamentary Select Committee

Leading political parties in the Sri Lanka Parliament have sent in their names to the Secretary General of the Parliament, their nominees for the Parliamentary Select Committee.

Parliament of Sri Lanka
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UK joins condemnation of Sri Lanka MP behavior

Many Civil society organizations, and even a diplomat was among those who readily condemned the behavior of Sri Lankan MPs in Parliament over the past few days.

UK joins condemnation of Sri Lanka MP behavior
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Silicon Valley based GTEN organizing conference in Chennai in January

:The Silicon Valley based Global Tamil Entrepreneurs Network (GTEN) is organizing a conference in Chennai in January, called GTENChennai. The conference will be held in conjunction with the GIM (Global Investors Meet) being organized by the Tamil Nadu government. It will be held on January 25.

Silicon Valley based GTEN organizing conference in Chennai in January
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Lalin's Column : Biography of Gen Denis Perera VSV

The biography of General Denis Perera VSV ‘General Denis’ was launched on 29 Sep 2018 at Suhurupaya, Battaramulla . This 328 page hard cover book with plenty of photographs was produced by the Association of Retired Flag Rank Officers (ARFRO), partly funded by Army HQ. It is a timely, very readable book.

Lalin's Column : Biography of Gen Denis Perera VSV
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Letter From America : Uneasy Future Ahead

As expected the Democratic Party won the majority in the US congressional elections, while the Republicans held on to their majority position within the Senate. As a result, President Donald Trump is on a weaker position today than ever before in his nearly two-years in office, which has been highly divisive and polarizing for the voters. The 2018 midterm election results were truly a verdict on his presidency than anything else.

Letter From America : Uneasy Future Ahead
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A 12-step standard procedure should be followed in a No Confidence Motion – PM Office

A 12-step standard procedure should be followed by the parliament when constitutionally passing a No-confidence Motion (NCM) against a prime minister. In the case of a No Confidence Motion against the Prime Minister, a No Confidence Motion should be first handed over to the speaker with at least 20 signatures.

A 12-step standard procedure should be followed in a No Confidence Motion – PM Office
A 12-step standard procedure should be followed in a No Confidence Motion – PM Office
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