Should MPs be given special treatment before Judiciary?

 


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NO. They are all equal before the law/ What is wrong is that even when there are allegations of criminal offences against them, they are allowed to sit in Parliament. They should clear their names first.

Utter nonsense. They are MPs because they were elected by the voters to work for the people - not to rob and behave like thugs. They have been tolerated too much already. What are the "Special Considerations" under which Wimal Weerawansa was released on bail. Can the public, who are sovereign and above elected individuals in political status, also have access to these "Special Considerations"? Who created these "Special Considerations"? Were they ratified in Parliament? Who is playing the fool with the law???

NO WAY !!!!!!! THEY ARE ELECTED OR GIVEN SPECIAL CHOICE TO BE AS MINISTERS WITH ALL BENEFITS , DUTY FREE VEHICLES , ALMOST EVERYTHING FREE LIVING EXPENSES AND TOP OF THAT THEY ABUSE THE SYSTEM AND ARE CORRUPTED (98%) OF THEM. JUSTICE SHOULD PREVAIL AT ALL TIMES TO EACH AND EVERY CITIZEN ( EVEN THE PRESIDENT, PRIME MINISTER AND THE FORMER PRESIDENT AND ALL FORMER MINISTERS ) THERE IS NO CHOICE FACE THE LAW OF THE LAND

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