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samaritan


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Sajith: New wine in the same old bottle.OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Icon_biggrin

samaritan


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UNP's General Secretary Akila Viraj says that his party had not been able to take revenge, the way it wanted and another threatens to put the main opposition candidate in a 'jumper'.

These are clear signals of a dark era in waiting if SP becomes the President by chance.

128OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty SLFP SPLIT INTO TWO Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:55 am

CITIZEN


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SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???

129OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:15 am

soileconomy


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CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.

130OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:16 am

samaritan


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The split is one faction supporting GR & the other faction supporting SLPP.OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Icon_lolOPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Icon_lolOPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Icon_lol

samaritan


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soileconomy wrote:
CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
You are right. Aki,Sagi & Kiri are also with RW.
Aji,Suji,Nali,Mali,Kabi & Mangi are with Punchidasa.

RW will be happy within himself when GR wins the election. In a way what Punchi did was also wrong.

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
Manager - Equity Analytics
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soileconomy wrote:
CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
RW not contesting, pointless support him, they should think first, if SP defeated, they MP only, should contest and WIN otherwise retire stay home

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

samaritan wrote:
soileconomy wrote:
CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
You are right. Aki,Sagi & Kiri are also with RW.
Aji,Suji,Nali,Mali,Kabi & Mangi are with Punchidasa.

RW will be happy within himself when GR wins the election. In a way what Punchi did was also wrong.
RW and MR have secret pact, one elected protect the other one. Seen last 41/2 years. Only we two play game. MR wish RW contest and lose, their family safe

samaritan


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CITIZEN wrote:
soileconomy wrote:
CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
RW not contesting, pointless support him, they should think first, if SP defeated, they MP only, should contest and WIN otherwise retire stay home
Oh No. RW will end up in his favourite post as opposition leader & SP will be an MP and also cannot make any claim for party leadership after losing election. Don't ever underestimate the 21st century Fox who had been hurt & humiliated by Dasa group.
When SF lost, RW walked out of the hotel with a low profile smile. This time it may a big laugh for RW for sure.

135OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Thu Oct 10, 2019 12:02 pm

sureshot

sureshot
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Sajiths rally today @ gall face......

SLPP Baiyo Bayawela waage.....
bringing the market down.... Very Happy

136OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Mon Oct 14, 2019 11:20 am

Arrowrisk

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CITIZEN wrote:
samaritan wrote:
soileconomy wrote:
CITIZEN wrote:SLFP split into two. President and his supporters not participate the press conference. their vote bank also divided, President and others support unofficially Sajith???
I heard the other way ,SP supporters and RW supporters.Ravi ,Laxman,Palitha,Ashu,SF,John,,,,are supporting RW.
You are right. Aki,Sagi & Kiri are also with RW.
Aji,Suji,Nali,Mali,Kabi & Mangi are with Punchidasa.

RW will be happy within himself when GR wins the election. In a way what Punchi did was also wrong.
RW and MR have secret pact, one elected protect the other one. Seen last 41/2 years. Only we two play game. MR wish RW contest and lose, their family safe

"RW and MR have secret pact, one elected protect the other one" - 100%

Trader321


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Manager - Equity Analytics

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138OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty ONLY 22 Market Days before the election ? Tue Oct 15, 2019 8:58 pm

Trader321


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At least 15 days will be green Good collection will happen

Quibit


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Political marketing campaigns must refrain from exaggerated messages and overpromising what is not attainable with the given resources and within the timeframe for the sake of winning elections
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The Presidential race is taking momentum, which is further intensified by the eagerness to see what would be the role of the new President elected under the 19th Amendment of the Constitution. 

Of course, the Presidential race has only two possible probabilities of outcomes, either winning or losing. Hence, given the competition of winning the race, marketing strategies and tactics are heavily used, whereas agencies for developing marketing strategies and advertising are contracted by the political parties or presidential candidates who want to run and win the battle.  

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Political marketing 

According to father of modern marketing, Philip Kotler, “Political campaigns have increasingly been compared to marketing campaigns in which the candidate puts himself on the voters’ market and uses modern marketing techniques, particularly marketing research and commercial advertising, to maximise voter ‘purchase’.” 

Although marketing has emerged as central role of political campaigns and is reshaping the modern day politics by greatly expanding the amount of new sources of information, enhancing voter engagement, making numerous contributions to the political arena, it also has some controversial issues evident from recent well-known campaigns in the world on the way it is planned and handled to bring undesired outcomes, which perhaps undermine the national interest and tarnish democracy. 

 
‘Our Brand is Crisis’ 

Recently, when I was a passenger of Air China, travelling from Beijing to Shanghai. I was able to watch ‘Our Brand is Crisis’, a film directed by David Gordon Green and acted by Sandra Bullock, which brings to light how the American political campaign strategists were involved in the 2002 Bolivian Presidential Election. 

In 2002, Bolivian politician Pedro Castillo hires an American political consulting firm to help him win the Bolivian Presidential Election. The firm brings in Jane Bodine (Sandra Bullock) to manage the campaign in Bolivia where they follow a strategy of smear campaigning and exercise a strategy of declaring a crisis. They were also planning on frightening the people, so they would be persuaded to vote for the unsympathetic but known Castillo rather than the younger oppositions’ candidates. 

 
Broken promises 

There was also a protest made by the public who did not want the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Bolivia, for which Castillo promised that the IMF will not be invited without a referendum. Finally, Castillo wins the vote and becomes the President of Bolivia, and as one of his first actions, he invites the IMF, thereby breaking his promise. 

 
Political marketing consultant – Not responsible!

Having observed the breaking of promises by the new President, Bodine says that she is not responsible for actions of the new President and in her eyes, her job is done as a consultant responsible for the political campaign. 

Thereafter there was also a demonstration by the people, demanding for needed change, which quickly turns into a riot, leading to unrest in Bolivia, which is the sad part of the story.

On the other hand, political consultants who were involved in the campaign which finally ended in crisis and civil unrest in Bolivia had jobs in other countries – which is surprising.  

 
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Presidential campaign 2015 

Although what happened in Bolivia in the movie was just fiction, I was thinking that the live action show was in Sri Lanka as the film directed my memory to recall the 2015 Sri Lankan Presidential Election campaign, showcasing the need for change through ‘Maitri yugaya’ and ‘Yahapalanaya’ and the dawn of a new corruption-free Sri Lanka with strengthened rule of law, leading to economic prosperity. This set new hopes and greater expectations for many patriotic Sri Lankans to vote with such aspirations. 

By then, as I heard the announcement that the flight is getting ready to land at Shanghai International Airport, I’d changed my attention towards fastening the seatbelt. 

 
Application of SERVQUAL Model

Although SERVQUAL (Gap) model is used in commercial ventures, particularly in the service industry, the writer interestingly tries the applicability of the model in the context of political marketing campaigns of the presidential candidates, and thereafter the delivery of promises to the public after becoming the president.

Let us consider the ‘Yahapalanaya’ campaign and the associated delivery of promised service to the public using the well-recognised SERVQUAL model developed by Zeithaml and Parasuraman to capture the expectation of the voters and their perception of service delivery and associated satisfaction levels of the voters which may ultimately lead to trust and loyalty. Identifying the gaps would help to improve upcoming presidential campaigns and the associated delivery of the promises. 

Indeed, public evaluation of service is based on the gap between the public expectations from promises, advertisement, and word of mouth, etc., and assessment (perception) of the service actually delivered during the tenure as the president will either positively result in satisfaction, favourable word of mouth, and loyalty, or negatively result in dissatisfaction, negative word of mouth, and disloyalty. 

Gap 1 – The Knowledge Gap is the distance between the public expectation of the service and what presidential candidates/political parties think of the public expectation. 

Correctly identifying the public expectation or needs is fundamental in any political marketing campaign. Conducting research to get the opinion of the voters, and increasing interaction with the general public or voters would help to narrow this gap. 

Gap 2 – The Policy Gap is between presidential candidates’/political parties’ understanding (perception) of the needs of the public and the translation of that understanding into service delivery policies and standards. 

Gap 3 – The Delivery Gap is the difference between service delivery policies and standards and the actual delivery of the service. 

This may be considered as the most important gap as there are heaps of promises in the manifesto which are not delivered and sadly, no action was taken for some of the promises. 

The president must be accountable for the mandate and promises given as well as should walk the talk. 

The president should be visionary and provide leadership to the country to uplift national interest rather than limiting it to the interest of his/her political party or own district. 

The president may appoint a capable team to make things happen and monitor and review them time to time in order to make sure that the promises are delivered. 

Gap 4 – The Communication Gap is the gap between what gets promised to the public and what gets delivered. In many political campaigns, including the Yahapalanaya campaign, it is too exaggerated and overpromising of what would be done, and considered the best case scenarios rather than most likely occurrences. 

This raises public expectations and the president should deliver on par with the raised expectations otherwise it may widen this gap, which may lead to more dissatisfaction and erode the trust in the president and his/her associated political party. 

Indeed, it is also prudent to look at feasibility with the given resources, particularly the budget allocation, and given the nature of the economic situation of the country, the timeframe of the presidential tenure as well before making any promises. 

Gap 5 – The Customer Gap is the difference between public expectations and public perceptions. This gap occurs because sometimes, the public does not understand what the service has done for them or they misinterpret the service quality. 

Public expectations have been shaped by word of mouth, their personal needs, and their own past experiences. Routine surveys after delivering the experience are important to measure the public perceptions of service. 

 
Conclusion

If the political marketing campaign is wrongly designed and implemented, it may distort public trust in advertising and promotion, which may in turn negatively impact the entire marketing management fraternity. Hence, it necessitates more and more ethical and social responsible marketing management practices for the presidential marketing campaigns. 

Political marketing campaigns must refrain from exaggerated messages and overpromising what is not attainable with the given resources and within the timeframe for the sake of winning elections. 

The president who wins the upcoming Elections should deliver what is promised to the general public and be more accountable for it. They should walk the talk and uplift public interest rather than self-centred political affairs. 

Bringing in the wrong person for the topmost position of our country – the president with the most colourful advertising – will not only undermine national interest and tarnish our democracy, but also stagnate our nation’s development and quality of life for ourselves and our children.

(The writer is a Marketing Management Professional and an Assistant General Manager of a leading organisation. He is a Chartered Marketer and Member of CIM (UK) as well as Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing. The thoughts are the writer’s own views and do not reflect any organisation he serves. It is not intended to hurt any individual or party. You can share your feedback by emailing Zahranlebbe@gmail.com.)[/size][/size]

140OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty SLFP FORMING A NEW GROUP Thu Oct 17, 2019 4:04 am

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
Manager - Equity Analytics
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SLFP  members forming a new group under CBK leadership. Supporting SP for forthcoming president election.

samaritan


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Moderator

CBK is a dead loss, just an inventory in the SLFP.

The contest is between 'All fart no shit' vs 'A result oriented doer'.

Whom will the people choose? The answer is obvious.

Arrowrisk

Arrowrisk
Manager - Equity Analytics
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True. We have seen that so called "result oriented leader" how he answered the question directed to him. He was more focused on how to pass the questions to others.... and whole world has seen it…!


We do pray hard for so called "result oriented leader" to become president. lol!

143OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Fri Oct 18, 2019 10:01 am

samaritan


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Being an equity forum we observe members actively discussing shares at present in a market that's showing some resilience after four long years of sluggishness under a govt in which Sajith was a key partner. 
Do they at least realize the reason behind the current turn around of the market. Its mainly on expectation that Gota will be leading a future govt. So, don't bite the hand that feeds you.

samaritan


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Moderator

According to revelations made by Wijedasa Rajapakse most of the UNP politicians who are vociferously supporting and rallying around Sajith are directly or indirectly linked to the CB bond scam and had been beneficiaries of same. Obviously if Sajith is elected as president they are all going to be stakeholders in his administration which according to him is going to be corruption free. Ha Ha Haaa have a good laugh thro' the backside!

Have people forgotten the immense hardships in the backdrop of a crumbling economy for the past four years under a regime in which Sajith was a key partner???

People are not looking forward to a leader who is willing to sleep at Fort Railway station platform and use public toilets. Let the leader travel in a limousine but improve the standard of living of the common man & develop the country to be in par with other developed nations. Food for thought!

145OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Sat Oct 19, 2019 12:21 pm

Arrowrisk

Arrowrisk
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Manager - Equity Analytics

Blue or Green all are playing the same game.


The so called leader is good at kidnapping and killing…
The paid Medias have over portrayed him as a good leader but in reality nothing indide

samaritan


Moderator
Moderator

There is collective responsibility on Sajith as well for the present plight of the country's economy. RW agreed to nominate Sajith very well knowing that he is bound to lose. RW will be the first person to be happy when Sajith is defeated in the presidential race as he can never ever come to terms with the strategies adopted by Sajith to get the nomination. 

Sajith is now talking about trimming allocations for Ministers etc., If he was genuine he could have raised this at least as a suggestion at a cabinet meeting during the past four years. Claiming to be a graduate of LSE (in spite of RK raising doubts about whether he even passed his O/L) he has never spoken anything related to country's economy or GDP growth in the past let alone the stock market or its performance. Overall his credibility is questionable indeed!

He only wants to win the election desperately at any cost as he very well knows RW & other seniors in the party would marginalise him and hence his political future in the UNP would be at stake. RW will have the last laugh securing opposition leader's post and continue to hold the party leadership.

So, whether he distributes cement bags or ariya kiri his fate is sealed.

samaritan


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Moderator

Rift between Sajith faction and RW faction widens as plans to oust RW from premiership in the event of winning presidency surfaces. Interesting developments can be witnessed in the coming days.
On the other hand Gota's popularity increases day by day!

148OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Suppose Gota will win, Fri Oct 25, 2019 8:46 am

TURBO


Stock Trader

Suppose Gota will win, what kind of companies will move up

THASSIM


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

There is no doubt GR will win. He will secure 52% of the total votes credit to MR.

@teller what do you think will appreciate when this happens?

soileconomy

soileconomy
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TURBO wrote:Suppose Gota will win, what kind of companies will move up
Whole market will

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

TURBO wrote:Suppose Gota will win, what kind of companies will move up
New comer friend                                                                Don't fellow speculative shares on political agenda if he loose what happen your investment? If he win your shares may go up the same time it will come down, fundamentally shares many pick and invest. you can sell no profit/loss basic.

152OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Fri Oct 25, 2019 10:00 am

CITIZEN

CITIZEN
Manager - Equity Analytics
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THASSIM wrote:There is no doubt GR will win. He will secure 52% of the total votes credit to MR.

@teller what do you think will appreciate when this happens?
How can you say winner, even the main two contesters they are in confuse, not saying public meeting

153OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Fri Oct 25, 2019 11:10 am

Arrowrisk

Arrowrisk
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TURBO wrote:Suppose Gota will win, what kind of companies will move up

Gota is losing day by day and not coming to any press conference after 15.10.2019..

Do not invest based on political speculative it will be very risky. Do your own study and invest. At present ASI is going up based on speculative/manipulators at CSE. So earn as much you can prior to election.

154OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 - Page 6 Empty Re: OPINION POLL: Presidential Elections 2020 Fri Oct 25, 2019 11:27 am

Eugine Fernando


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Arrowrisk wrote:
TURBO wrote:Suppose Gota will win, what kind of companies will move up

Gota is losing day by day and not coming to any press conference after 15.10.2019..

Do not invest based on political speculative it will be very risky. Do your own study and invest. At present ASI is going up based on speculative/manipulators at CSE. So earn as much you can prior to election.
My advice is sell all your portfolio before 15th November and keep the cash in hand., wait for the results and accordingly enter to the market. GL

samaritan


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soileconomy wrote:
TURBO wrote:Suppose Gota will win, what kind of companies will move up
Whole market will
Agree.Gota will win and market will surge after four long years.

Country looks forward to an action leader who could develop the country and not a leader with an alien accent.

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