March 18, 2020

தேசியப் பட்டியல் ஆசனத்திற்காக, அலி சப்ரியும் கையொப்பம்


ஸ்ரீலங்கா பொதுஜன பெரமுனவின் தேசியப் பட்டியலில் தேசியப் படியலுக்கு அலி சப்ரி இன்று செவய்வாய்கிமை 18 கையொப்பம் இடும்போது பிடித்த படங்கள்


2 கருத்துரைகள்:

சமூக நல்லிணக்கத்திட்கு சிறந்த தலைமைத்துவத்தை வழங்க அல்லாஹ் அருள்பாலிப்பானாக

FYI.
In our electoral system, the National List MPs comprise 29 members who will enter parliament without having to contest elections. The list was introduced primarily to bring in experts and professionals from various fields, whose knowledge and skills would be useful in parliament – the underlying assumption being that such individuals would not have the time, political know-how, or the requisite popular appeal to successfully contest and win an election. In the same vein, it could also help improve the gender balance of parliament. Women candidates still have had limited electoral success in Sri Lanka; the list ought to help increase female representation in parliament. It was not meant to be a back door through which unpopular – or insecure – politicians might enter parliament without having to contest elections, nor was it meant to be a safety net for defeated politicians to enter the legislature.
The logic behind a national list is sound, although the mechanisms to protect its spirit are not (Section 99A as introduced by the14th amendment effectively allows parties to ignore the lists they have declared and to nominate anyone else, subject to the normal limitations). In Sri Lanka, politicians are generally not seen as being well educated, and so it makes perfect sense to ensure that at least little over 10% of the parliament’s composition is protected by the national list for educated professionals and upstanding members of the public. The aim is that these MPs will make significant contributions to debate in parliament, and according to research done by Manthri.lk, opposition national list MPs in particular seem to have lived up to expectations. Such individuals would probably not take the trouble to fund and run their own campaigns, especially because their chances at election would be slim. Thus – a national list.
Noor Nizam - Convener "The Muslim Voice".

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