Monthly Archives: September 2019

Britain’s Supreme Court gives vital lesson to Lanka

By Ameen Izzadeen When the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court in a landmark ruling held that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s advice to the queen to prorogue parliament was unconstitutional, the air was similar to what prevailed in Sri Lanka in December … Continue reading

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For children’s sake, let there be peace in Yemen!

By Ameen Izzadeen Neither Saudi Arabia nor the United States will start a war on Iran following last Saturday’s attack on two Saudi oil installations in Abqaiq and Khurais. The strikes, seen as the most devastating of a series of … Continue reading

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Good governance: We need sincere servants of the people

By Ameen Izzadeen With national security being touted as the most pressing issue in the upcoming presidential election campaign, good governance, an equally important issue, has virtually become a non-issue. The lack of concern for good governance is unfortunate and … Continue reading

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