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President won’t bow down to pressure

*Appeals for strong verdict on October 10 :

*Four mega port projects in progress:

President Mahinda Rajapaksa while noting that Sri Lanka’s friendly ties with the international community was strong as ever and would always work towards strengthening existing relations asserted that, however he was not prepared to betray the country’s honour and bow down to unreasonable conditions or pressure exerted by outside forces.

 

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Galle set for free, fair poll

All is set for a free and fair election on Saturday, facilitating 761,815 voters of 10 electorates in the Galle district at 670 polling stations to elect 23 councillors for the Southern Provincial Council,

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Polls to be annulled in marred centres - EC

The result of any polling centre will be annulled if any malpractice occurs within or around the polling centre, the Election Commissioner Dayananda Dissanayake said. The Elections Commissioner was addressing the media regarding the Southern Provincial Council Election.

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