The great great CA is back! who the fuck is Fonseka?
no use talking with you.. you're someone who believes everything SLFP/Mahinda does is awesome.. your comment shows you are a blind Mahinda supporter.. no one was justifying people like ranil, mangala etc.. what has mahinda ever done for this country.. except for hambantota.. Mahinda is nothing compared to SF or Ranil. M.SAmarasinghe is now MR's henchman before after MR then.He was a bad diplomat, not only this time but in the past too, when he was in the Lankan foreign service... no point telling this to you or Migara.. cos you areBasil, Gothabaya see anything good. education doesn't mean much you got to be street much.. according to your facts Mahinda is the most God... but still he is useless, what has Champika and Weerawanse done to suggest otherwise.. waste of my time.. talking to you.. have a nice day!.. I'll comment when you are ready to take facts into consideration. not from the love you pocess for one particular party!
Fonseka in Kandy
I present to you, an XI for the ages: The Kajuwatte AllStars
Sunil Gavaskar, Roy Fredericks, David Boon, Sourav Ganguly, Sir Clyde Walcott( Wk), V.V.S Laxman, Andrew Flintoff, Sajeewa Weerakoon (c), Fazal Mahmood, Muttiah Muralidaran, Akila Dananjaya
My problem is how come admins like ishan and bunnz and NZ boy do not like MR?
MR is just the same type of leader apart from winning a War to the country politically.
MR gave all his posts and things for his friends and his family just as the Admins here doing the same.Lifting bans of friends,not banning the friends no matter whatever they do.I think they(Admins) are more slimier to MR.
Bad thing i can see is that if they love SF more than MR,then is it means that SF is more like our admins than MR?
if that the case then, SF as a leader? NO.
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24 May 2012 Last updated at 14:33 GMT
Sri Lanka's Sarath Fonseka barred from political office
By Charles Haviland
BBC News, Colombo
Sri Lanka's ex-army chief Sarath Fonseka is barred from political office for seven years, despite being freed from jail on Monday, his lawyer says.
Mr Fonseka stood against President Mahinda Rajapaksa in a presidential election two years ago, lost and was imprisoned shortly afterwards.
Mr Fonseka's lawyer, Nalin Laduwahetti, says that the terms of his release prevent him from running for office.
They are trying to secure a full pardon for the chief.
The President has remitted Mr Fonseka's two-and-a-half year jail sentence for corruption, but has not pardoned him or annulled the sentence already served.
This means he is subject to a seven-year restriction of his civic rights.
The government is interpreting the Constitution to rule that he can vote but cannot contest an election in that period.
The attorney-general has also noted that there is still one case pending against Mr Fonseka, that of harbouring army deserters.
Mr Laduwahetti told the BBC that they are "looking at all political and legal possibilities" to try to secure a more complete pardon for the former army chief.
A supporter of Sarath Fonseka and former Chief Justice, Sarath Silva, has commented that Mr Fonseka is "a prisoner in the open".
Mr Fonseka was elected to parliament shortly after his unsuccessful presidency bid, but was in detention by then. He was later disqualified from being an MP.
Despite his release from detention, the mood surrounding Sarath Fonseka is not conciliatory.
He himself says that he is intent on changing what he calls Sri Lanka's corrupt political culture.
On the day of his release anonymous posters appeared in many places, warning: "Beware: the ungrateful snake has been freed."
A nationalistic paper, Divaina, commented that some foreign countries support Mr Fonseka because of their "hatred" of the president.