SLPP split  over  budget

SLPP split over budget

The Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) is facing internal divisions over the 2024 budget. Some MPs are considering voting against the budget, while others are in favour of it. This has led to a great deal of tension within the party.

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa has said that the SLPP will vote in favour of the budget. However, some MPs are unhappy with the budget and feel that it does not reflect the party’s aspirations. They believe that the budget is more of a pro-IMF budget and that the party cannot face the voters with it.\

A number of SLPP members who have not been given Cabinet portfolios have said that they want to register their disapproval of Ranil Wickremesinghe’s policies and actions. They are concerned that Ranil Wickremesinghe may turn against the party and reorganize the UNP once the budget is passed in parliament with the help of the SLPP.

Some senior SLPP members are also unhappy with President Ranil Wickremesinghe. They voted him into office last year, but they believe that he has not done enough to help the country. They are also concerned about the state of the economy and the fact that many people are struggling to make ends meet.

Next Move

The SLPP has little say over matters, so they have no other option than voting for the budget. However, this could lead to further divisions within the party and could damage its reputation.

It is unclear whether the SLPP will ultimately vote in favour of the budget. However, the internal divisions within the party are a cause for concern. If the SLPP does vote against the budget, it could have a significant impact on the country’s political landscape.

It remains to be seen how the SLPP will resolve its internal divisions and whether it will be able to unite behind the budget. The outcome of the vote on the budget could have a major impact on the future of the SLPP and the country as a whole.

The SLPP is facing a number of challenges, including internal divisions, unpopularity with voters, and a difficult economic situation. It is unclear how the party will overcome these challenges..

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