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Southern and Western Provincial Councils are to be dissolved tonight

The Southern Provincial Council will be dissolved with effect from midnight today (12 January 2014), the Governor of Southern Province Kumari Balasuriya told Ceylon Today Online.

Ceylontoday, 2014-01-12 11:27:00
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Southern and Western Provincial Councils are to be dissolved tonight

By Kasun Ganewatta

The Southern Provincial Council will be dissolved with effect from midnight today (12 January 2014), the Governor of Southern Province Kumari Balasuriya told Ceylon Today Online.

Meanwhile, the Secretary to the Governor of the Western Province Sunil Abeywardena said that the Governor Alawi Maulana has also signed the Gazette to dissolve the Western Provincial Council.

Thereby with effect from midnight today both Southern and Western Provincial Councils will be dissolved and the election dates will be decided by the Commissioner of Elections. 

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