TULF central working committee to meet Sunday

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 28 January 2004, 16:36 GMT]
The central working committee of the Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF), major constituent of the Tamil National Alliance, will meet on 1st February Sunday on a compromise formula arrived at the hearing of the case instituted by its leader Mr.V.Ananandasangaree before Colombo District Judge Tuesday, legal sources said.

Mr.Ananandasaganree, a Jaffna district TNA parliamentarian, in December last year obtained an enjoining order from the Colombo District Judge preventing the Secretary General and Senior Vice President of the TULF Messrs R.Sampanthan and Joseph Pararajasingham from convening the party’s central working committee without his approval.

The Colombo District Court extended the enjoining order twice and the case came up for hear hearing Tuesday. At the hearing both parties to the dispute arrived at an agreement to hold the party’s central working committee meeting while the enjoining order is in force with the permission of petitioner in the case Mr.V.Ananadasangaree, legal sources said.

The District Court then put off the hearing for Thursday, sources said.

Meanwhile, the Secretary General and the Administrative Secretary of the TULF Messrs Sampanthan and N.Raviraj have informed that the party’s central working committee would meet on February 1st at the party headquarters in Colombo.

The matters listed in the agenda and not discussed at the last central working committee meeting held November 30 last year would be taken up for discussion on Sunday's meeting. The last meeting was abandoned after a no confidence on Mr.Anandasangaree was passed, sources said.

The appointment of an election nomination board, filling the vacancies now exist in the central working committee, the date for the party convention and the general council meeting and the appointment of a disciplinary committee are included in the agenda for the next working committee meeting, sources said.

 

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