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Cabinet ministers may be fueling drug trafficking - National University Teachers’ Association

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The National University Teachers’ Association (NUTA) stated that there were rising suspicions among the public that cabinet ministers were aiding and abetting the trade of illegal narcotics in Sri Lanka.

Issuing a letter to President Maithripala Sirisena, the Secretary of the NUTA, Senior Lecturer Channa Jayasumana commended the President’s concern for the abuse of narcotics by students, and proceeded to present a few findings of the Association as well.

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Sri Lanka’s economy is stable - USA

America and Srilanka

Under the Yahapalanaya Government, Sri Lanka has achieved a stable economic status in just two years, USA says.

American Congress member, Bill Johnson pointed out the speciality of two leading political parties ruling the country together.

Congress member Johnson stated this at a discussion he had with the Minister of Finance, Ravi Karunanayake at the Ministry of Finance.

Bill Johnson, upon taking a tour of the Northern Province, added that the renovation and development activities of the region were indeed a success.

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