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MEP against changing national anthem

The Central Committee of the MEP which met on January 29, unanimously adopted a resolution calling upon President Mahinda Rajapaksa to prevent any attempt by interested parties to alter the national anthem of Sri Lanka.

A press release issued by MEP General Secretary Karunatilleke Dissanayake said the party Central Committee vehemently criticised suggestions to alter the national anthem as a sinister attempt made by conspirators depending on the dollars of NGOs and extremist Tamil organisations.

It requested them to show any country which has included more than one language in its national anthem.

"The national anthem of the country could not be changed according to the whims and fancies of any individual or a single section. It should be done according to the constitution by getting such proposal approved in Parliament with a two thirds majority and by the people at a referendum."

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