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Who is to be blamed for the current constitutional crisis?

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Who is to be blamed for the current constitutional crisis?

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Chief Justice
 
Speaker of the Parliment
 
Parilmentry Select Commitee
 
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bullrun


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Cj very clearly ask only for impartial inquiry!!

What is this? Everything has spelled in the constitution. If the constitution is wrong that had to be amended well in advance. Doesn't she aware as to how the disciplinary matters are conducted

Chinwi


Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
@D.G.Dayaratne wrote:Cj very clearly ask only for impartial inquiry



???

can't you understand ? She cannot ASK for that and this.

The procedure is written and well practiced in several occasions before.

We have to understand the purpose of PSC. Actually , it is set as a supportive tool for the impeached person. Instead of debating and taking an instant decision after a resolution, the allegations are put to revived by a PSC before going ahead with it in the Parliament.

PSC is not a court. That is what these leaned professionals cannot or do not want to understand. By declaring it illegal doesn't change anything. All know it has no legal right to act as a court because that kind of power is not required to do its assigned tasks.

Politicians may try to use her for their political purposes

OMG ! Then keeping her in this position is extremely dangerous for the future of this country. !

K.Haputantri


Co-Admin
?Does any one know the exact dates on which the said wrong acts relating to the three proven charges were committed by CJ, the reason for any delay in bringing the impeachment and the actual reason for the belated action by parliament. This will be an interesting set of data to judge the genuineness of the whole exercise.

There was a possibility that all these charges could go under the carpet if this actual reason didn't occure. ?How many such cases have been sent under the carpet by the present regime. What a shame?

Slstock


Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
We have discussed this in legnth.

I am concern about only 1 thing.

Given the same set of proved allegations for this impeachment against CJ, are there similar or worser guilty parties in high offices/parliament to these "crimes" who should get the same punishments. If there are, should politicians use their power to accuse and oust someone for what it appears as political conflict more than severe harm to the country.

I do not uphold CJ or any of the politicans. Wrong is wrong. I am only concerned whether CJ did serious damage to the country which cannot be punished or solved by other means or is this political bias.

People make rules. Rules can change ( constitution) if it does better for democracy of the country.Thats it.

Please leave partiality to any political party aside. Am asking a question only.

traderathome


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
how can you blame the president. the one who appoints the CJ is president. if her conduct is unbecoming of a CJ ...president can remove her through the parliament process.

there were earlier instances and none of those were given publicity like this.

she has done more harm to the country....i dont understand why president wants to have review committee.

come january 11th she will be gone....

better for the GK depositors......and also must collect that discount what was given to her sister.......1.6

what i cant understand even in this forum the educated members say its presidents fault....how could that be......?

how could you remove CJ then.....

she influenced the president to appoint pradeep k for NSB.


Very Happy 1

Whitebull


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
she influenced the president to appoint pradeep k for NSB.
If she is a genuine educated respectable person she should have resigned by herself when her husband involved in this controversial NSB-TFC deal.I do not say she was guilty for husband's actions.But her position is one of the most honoured position in this country.So she should have kept that honour.I can remember some of the buggers who tries to safe guard her now telling various day dreaming things point a finger even to her at that time.
By participating on this political drama egostically CJ actually humiliate the entire judiciary system in this country.
Look at the bahaviour of Mr.Gamini Samaranayaka,Mr.Thilak Karunarathna,Even Mrs.Indrani Sugathadasa when they could not agree or work harmoniously with present government they themselves resigned without acting like cheap dirty politicians.

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
When the govt have supporters like .............. Who make favorable postings
to govt

Govt do not want enemies local or Foreign

Those supporters will do the needful

Vptilak


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@slstock wrote:We have discussed this in legnth.

I am concern about only 1 thing.

Given the same set of proved allegations for this impeachment against CJ, are there similar or worser guilty parties in high offices/parliament to these "crimes" who should get the same punishments. If there are, should politicians use their power to accuse and oust someone for what it appears as political conflict more than severe harm to the country.

I do not uphold CJ or any of the politicans. Wrong is wrong. I am only concerned whether CJ did serious damage to the country which cannot be punished or solved by other means or is this political bias.

People make rules. Rules can change ( constitution) if it does better for democracy of the country.Thats it.

Please leave partiality to any political party aside. Am asking a question only.

well said.

Jeremy

Jeremy
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Chinwi wrote:Is there any constitutional crisis in Sri Lanka ?

THERE IS NO CRISIS IN SRI LANKA

Sri Lanka Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake is impeached
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-20982990

11 January 2013 Last updated at 16:40 GMT
Lawyers hung a black flag as a sign of protest against the government's impeachment bid outside the Colombo court complex?

The Sri Lankan parliament has voted to remove Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake in a move analysts say could trigger a constitutional crisis.

The chamber, dominated by supporters of Sri Lanka's president, voted to impeach her by 155 votes to 49.

The government accuses her of corruption - an allegation she denies.

Recent court rulings said the process was unconstitutional, and she may refuse to leave. The president must now decide whether to enforce the sacking.

Critics of the government say that the judge is being victimised and the independence of the judiciary is being challenged. The government denies this.

The BBC's Charles Haviland in Colombo says that after the vote, supporters of the government took to the streets and rallied outside her official residence to celebrate her sacking.

Our correspondent says that recent rulings from the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal have quashed the whole impeachment process, branding it "unconstitutional".

Reports say that the chief justice is already arranging her schedules for the next week in her current job in defiance of the vote.

The impeachment process has in recent weeks triggered protests by thousands of opposition supporters, lawmakers, lawyers and religious leaders.

It has also been criticised by human rights groups who have raised concerns over judicial integrity in the country.

Civil society activists and lawyers say it is a vendetta against a judge who was once favoured by the government but then made some rulings inconvenient to it.

They say the impeachment is aimed at swelling President Mahinda Rajapaksa's powers still further, and an umbrella group of lawyers has urged judges not to recognise any new chief justice imposed by the government.

The International Commission of Jurists has condemned the impeachment move, saying it erodes the rule of law and has caused a "constitutional crisis of unprecedented dimensions".

The United States has said it is "deeply concerned".

Dr Bandaranayake, 54, faced an 11-member parliamentary committee in November which investigated 14 charges of financial and official misconduct against her. She was found guilty of professional misconduct the following month.

Whitebull


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
More than 2/3 of the Parliament consists of representatives voted by public of Sri Lanka has agreed the removal of CJ.
As the first person of this country President should listen to the sound of public showed in the Parliament.Otherwise it is a great threat to democracy of this country.
As the President of people of Sri Lanka I think and hope President would agree to the desicion made by the Parliament as soon as possible.It is not wise to keep a person who has been rejected by 2/3 majority even another single day in her position.

Vptilak


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@Whitebull wrote:More than 2/3 of the Parliament consists of representatives voted by public of Sri Lanka has agreed the removal of CJ.
As the first person of this country President should listen to the sound of public showed in the Parliament.Otherwise it is a great threat to democracy of this country.
As the President of people of Sri Lanka I think and hope President would agree to the desicion made by the Parliament as soon as possible.It is not wise to keep a person who has been rejected by 2/3 majority even another single day in her position.

I think citizens of SL should be blamed.

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