'No move to repeal 13th Amendment'
By P K Balachandran | ENS - COLOMBO
27th October 2012 10:01 AM
The Sri Lankan government has denied that there is any “official” move to repeal the 13th Amendment (13A) of the constitution, which had been passed under Indian pressure 25 years ago.Cabinet spokesman Keheliya Rambukwella said there has been no Cabinet paper on repealing the 13A, and that no one in the Cabinet has even thought of making such a proposal.
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