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Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapakse garlands the statue of late Prime Minister S. W. R. D. Bandaranaike in Colombo yesterday. Ministers and MPs were also present. Picture by Dudley Wickramasinghe

'PM's action irresponsible'

The decision by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe to relinquish responsibility for the peace process had drawn fire in varied quarters. A cross section of politicians and leading personalities interviewed by the Daily News were of the unanimous view that the Premier had acted without a sense of responsibility in reaching this decision.
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President should take responsibility for MoU - LSSP

The Lanka Sama Samaja Party (LSSP) in a press release issued yesterday called upon the President to take responsibility for the implementation of the MoU signed by Government with the LTTE. "The LSSP does not see any validity in the position that the exit of the Prime Minister from direct involvement in the peace process calls for a revision of the Ceasefire MoU," said the press release.
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SLMM says Ceasefire stands

by Ranga Jayasuriya

Scandinavian truce monitors said yesterday that the Ceasefire Agreement stands in spite of the Prime Minister's speech at a public rally on Wednesday relieving himself of the responsibilities of the truce agreement.
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