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Sal Sapuna Episode 475 On 16/01/2018

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Sal Sapuna Episode 475 On 16/01/2018 Sirasa TV

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  • Tense situation in Parliament today as well; The Speaker says the No Confidence motion is passed - (Speaker Karu Jayasuriya says that he accepts that the no confidence motion filed against the prime minister today, as passed. The speaker was escorted into the parliament by the police amidst the tense situation which erupted today as well, where ruling... )
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