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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » ECONOMIC CHRONICLE™ » Old Guard time to retire and go home respectably

Old Guard time to retire and go home respectably

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bandulawee


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I am quoting below excerpts from a media briefing given by some of the oldest politicians still craving to be Ministers at any cost to the public. They were one time strong leaders, leading the leftist movements defending the peoples rights. When these political parties lost their clout and became bankrupt President Rajapakse appointed them to the parliament and gave them ministries. They have been political stooges and yes men and now finding fault with their saviour because they lost their ministryship, perks. benefits etc. It is time for these old politicians to go home without hanging onto power being a economic burden to the country and the people.
Good Bye forever and Peaceful retired life.
Former Ministers Vasudeva Nanayakkara, D. E. W. Gunasekera and Prof. Tissa Vitharana at media briefing
Vasudeva Nanayakkara alleged that the SLFP caused a fatal mistake by giving up the government immediately after losing the presidential election. Nanayakkara said constituent members of the SLFP-led coalition partners had not been consulted by the SLFP prior to reaching an understanding with newly-elected President.Nanayakkara said that there was no precedent of a newly elected President taking oaths so fast swearing in a new Prime Minister immediately afterward. That brought an end to UPFA administration. Vitharana described the SLFP action as betrayal. Nanayakkara emphasized that Premier Ranil Wickremesinghe’s government wasn’t a temporary arrangement. Having declared that left parties wouldn’t support the new government in any way, Nanayakkara said, however, that in accordance with an understanding among Socialist Alliance members, they would back support implement the implementation of 100-day programme. Vasudeva alleged that the former President Rajapaksa had committed another fatal mistake by agreeing to give up leadership of the party. Emphasizing that surrender shouldn’t be an option. He also said that the left parties were not agreeable to the much-talked about national government concept.

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I can imagine MARA addressing the spent force of the "Old Guard". Just replace the nouns as you see fit.

Soldiers of my Old Guard: I bid you farewell. For twenty years I have constantly accompanied you on the road to honor and glory. In these latter times, as in the days of our prosperity, you have invariably been models of courage and fidelity. With men such as you our cause could not be lost; but the war would have been interminable; it would have been civil war, and that would have entailed deeper misfortunes on France.
I have sacrificed all of my interests to those of the country.
I go, but you, my friends, will continue to serve France. Her happiness was my only thought. It will still be the object of my wishes. Do not regret my fate; if I have consented to survive, it is to serve your glory. I intend to write the history of the great achievements we have performed together. Adieu, my friends. Would I could press you all to my heart.

Napoleon Bonaparte - April 20, 1814


bandulawee wrote:I am quoting below excerpts from a media briefing given by some of the oldest politicians still craving to be Ministers at any cost to the public. They were one time strong leaders, leading the leftist movements defending the peoples rights. When these political parties lost their clout and became bankrupt President Rajapakse appointed them to the parliament and gave them ministries. They have been political stooges and yes men and now finding fault with their saviour because they lost their ministryship, perks. benefits etc. It is time for these old politicians to go home without hanging onto power being a economic burden to the country and the people.
Good Bye forever and Peaceful retired life.
Former Ministers Vasudeva Nanayakkara, D. E. W. Gunasekera and Prof. Tissa Vitharana at media briefing
Vasudeva Nanayakkara alleged that the SLFP caused a fatal mistake by giving up the government immediately after losing the presidential election. Nanayakkara said  constituent members of the SLFP-led coalition partners had not been consulted by the SLFP prior to reaching an understanding with newly-elected President.Nanayakkara said that there was no precedent of a newly elected President taking oaths so fast swearing in a new Prime Minister immediately afterward. That brought an end to UPFA administration. Vitharana described the SLFP action as betrayal. Nanayakkara emphasized that Premier Ranil Wickremesinghe’s government wasn’t a temporary arrangement. Having declared that left parties wouldn’t support the new government in any way, Nanayakkara said, however, that in accordance with an understanding among Socialist Alliance members, they would back support implement the implementation of 100-day programme. Vasudeva alleged that the former President Rajapaksa had committed another fatal mistake by agreeing to give up leadership of the party. Emphasizing that surrender shouldn’t be an option. He also said that the left parties were not agreeable to the much-talked about national government concept.

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