Elections Chief’s take on 2019 Presidential Election
EC predicts voter percentage to exceed 80%
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Final report of Easter Attacks PSC before Oct 24
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Elections Chairman Mahinda Deshapriya has predicted 85% of registered voters to cast their ballot at the Presidential Election.
Election Chief Mahinda Deshapriya also urged social media users to refrain from posting unverified election results.
A total of 85 Presidential Election related complaints have been reported during the past 24 hours.
The attention of the Election Commission has been drawn to several matters including the rising cost to conduct the Election.
More than 110,000 people are taking part in search and rescue operations after Typhoon Hagibis struck Japan on Saturday.
Level One Landslide warnings have been issued to residents of Haldummulla, Ella and Passara Divisions in the Badulla District.
The 2019 Presidential Election will be held on the 16th of November to elect the Seventh Executive President of Sri Lanka.
The Supreme Court has notified the President that the Provincial Council Election cannot be held under the existing legal provisions.
Several Muslim Parliamentarians who stepped down from their Ministerial portfolios have accepted former posts once again.