Ranil decides on Mano

- aussieindolanka.com

United National Party (UNP) Leader Ranil Wickramasingha is expected to make a decision on the national list slot of Democratic National Front (DNF) Leader Mano Ganesan on Monday after a meeting was held to discuss the issue between the both the parties. During the meeting which was also attended by SLMC Leader Rauff Hakeem, Wickramasingha promised Ganesan, that he would convey his decision on May 10 after the DNF split from the Alliance over Wickramasingha’s failure to appoint Ganesan on the national list slot. “I cannot make any comments on what was discussed at the meeting. I can only state that Wickramasingha has promised me that he will come out with his response on the national list dispute on May 10,” Ganesan told Daily Mirror online.   www.dailymirror.lk/index.php/news/3544-ranil-decides-on-mano.html

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