Friday, January 22, 2010

Western countries work to a plan to force an annulment of the Presidential election

By K.T.Rajasingham
Colombo, 22 January (Asiantribune.com):
There is a covert move by the Western Powers to force an annulment of the Presidential election scheduled for 26 January.

Already the Western countries with their local agent in Sri Lanka are moving ahead to force the Commissioner of Elections Dayananda Dissanayake to announce the annulment of the Presidential election.

Asian Tribune learnt that even yesterday the former Chief Justice Sarath Silva, who is at present one of the advisors of the opposition candidate Retired General Sarath Fonseka, met with the Commissioner of Elections, to urge him to consider the annulment of the Presidential election, it is learnt according to unofficial sources.

The Western countries led by United States of America and United Kingdom, France, Germany, Norway, The Netherlands are behind such a secret move.

Asian Tribune learnt these countries conducted a secret poll and to their dismay, they found that the incumbent President Mahinda Rajapaksa was popular and would be in a position to receive more than 60% percentage of the total votes polled against his nearest rival Gen. Sarath Fonseka.


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