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Warawewa warns government

Retired High Court Judge W.P.M.P.B. Warawewa has warned the government regarding the struggle of university teachers. He has said if the university teachers are harassed they would leave the country. The issues should be solved with university teachers before the budget is presented he has said and added that the government will confront a massive crisis if the struggle of the university teachers is allowed to continue.

Speaking further Mr. Warawewa has said mass protests will have to be carried out if the government fails to resolve the issue.

Mr. Warawewa made these observations at a discussion held at Parliamentary Complex yesterday (5th).

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0 #4 2012-10-07 11:36
Good work sir. We will be left with those uneducated fellows who went and stayed abroad for years on our account and never passed an exam. Now they have to suck up as they should not be teaching in universities
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0 #3 2012-10-07 02:56
It is about time we get rid of the corrupt, murderous Regime. As we all know, corruption, intimidation, disappearences and murder rule the Country. All the criminals, murderers, rapists and drug dealers are creeping into Political Office.Enough is enough.
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0 #2 2012-10-06 17:32
Judge Warawewa, please exercise caution. Idi Mahin and Goata may have plans to terminate you!!
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0 #1 2012-10-06 15:34
The country is in turmoil since the Mullivaikal massacre, the current crisis of Uni teachers and the Government handling of the protest only distant us from the world communities.
A few countries with us for their own benefit but for nothing else.

What is the solution? A new governing body for us, may be well educated but not Proffessors.
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