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No need to hold a referendum for 20A

Chairman of Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP), Minister G. L. Peiris says there would not be any necessity to hold a referendum to get the proposed 20th Amendment to the Constitution implemented.

Peiris said a two thirds majority in parliament would be sufficient to get the 20th Amendment passed.

The Minister explained that the clauses that would require a referendum will not be touched when introducing the new 20th Amendment to the Constitution.

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