For all theoretical and political rhetoric our MPs call them selves the “Peoples Representatives”. Are they really representing you? I thought to dig deep into the structural and the political reality of this statement Its simple enough idea, you vote in a parliamentary election to select a person to represent you in the parliament. So…… Continue reading Does MPs in Sri Lankan parliament represent you (the people)?
“In this article I am trying to understand the basic principles of power sharing within the governments and why Sri Lankan System is failing” Background: Separation of Powers Concept of the three separated branches of the government was tried and tested for over thousands of years. The first most successful implementation of such in recorded…… Continue reading Whats really wrong in the Sri Lankan Constitution?
Proposal for Constitutional reforms in Sri Lanka This is a proposal for the basic structure on how the peoples power can be franchised to various institutions. We believe that Sri Lanka should drive towards a full executive presidency system with clear and definite segregation of powers The Executive Branch Our proposal is for a governance…… Continue reading Powerful executive, chained by the parliament