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TNA and government to meet again

[The Sunday Leader.lk, Wednesday, 7 December 2011 10:51 No Comment]

The Tamil National Alliance and the government have decided to have more discussions next week.

TNA MP Suresh Premachandran said that at the discussion held last evening the government had reservations over three proposals put forward by the TNA

The proposals included devolving police powers to the provinces and to re-merge the North and East.

However despite the disagreement both parties will meet again this month to discuss the political solution to address Tamil issues.

TNA MP M. Sumanthiran told The Sunday Leader that the next round of talks will be based on the three issues on which the government had reservations yesterday.

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