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A General Election in the first quarter of 2023?

A general election is expected to be held in the first quarter of 2023, most likely in March, sources said.

As of February next year, the President will be given the power to dissolve Parliament and he is likely to do so upon being given the power.

A number of parties are of the argument that the people should be empowered to dissolve Parliament and elect a new one, but the President will not be given the power to dissolve Parliament until the completion of a period of two and a half years since the current Parliament convened.

Meanwhile, sources further claimed that the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) is preparing to regain power before any Parliament dissolution, and the current Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is likely to be ousted before the end of this year in a move to form a single SLPP-led government once again, ignoring the islandwide protests demanding the stepping down of the corrupt regime.


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