TNA discussions on election strategy to continue

[TamilNet, Thursday, 12 February 2004, 00:02 GMT]
The second round of discussions among the leaders of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) to map out their election strategy concluded Wednesday night with a decision to meet again for the third round of talks on Sunday evening in Colombo. TNA parliamentary group leader Mr.R.Sampanthan presided. The first round of talks was held Tuesday evening, TNA sources said.

The discussion commenced Wednesday around five in the evening at the headquarters of Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) in Colombo and concluded around ten in the night, sources said.

Mr.Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam of the All Ceylon Tamil Congress, Mr.Selvam Adaikalanathan of the Tamil Eelam Liberation Organization and Mr.Suresh Premachchandran of Eelam Peoples Liberation Organization and several former parliamentarians participated in the discussion that centred on allocating places for constituent parties in the district lists of candidates, sources said.

 

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