Wanitha Waruna | කාන්තාවන් සම්බන්ධ වාර්තාකරණයේදී මාධ්‍ය හැසිරීම කෙසේ විය යුතුද?

Wanitha Waruna | කාන්තාවන් සම්බන්ධ වාර්තාකරණයේදී මාධ්‍ය හැසිරීම කෙසේ විය යුතුද?
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ලබාගත්තේ Ada Dearana 24 කාන්තාවන් සම්බන්ධ වාර්තාකරණයේදී මාධ්‍ය හැසිරීම කෙසේ විය යුතුද සම්බන්ධයෙන් වෙරිටේ මාධ්‍ය අංශ ප‍්‍රධානී දීපාංජලී අබේවර්ධන දෙරණ 24x7 නාළිකාවේ වනිතා වරුණ වැඩසටහනේ දී පළකළ අදහස්
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ශ‍්‍රී ලංකාවේ මැතිවරණ කාලය තුළ පුද්ගලික මාධ්‍ය නියාමනය කිරීමට මැතිවරණ කොමිෂන් සභාව සතු බලතල
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මැතිවරණ සමයක දී මාධ්‍ය නියාමනය කිරීම සදහා මාර්ගෝපදේශයන් නිකුත් කිරීමෙහි ලා ශී‍්‍ර ලංකාවේ මැතිවරණ කොමිෂන් සභාව මෙරට ව්‍යවස්ථාවෙන්ම බලගන්වා තිබේ. මැතිවරණ සමයක දී මාධ්‍ය නියාමනය සම්බන්ධයෙන් වර්තමානයේ පවත්නා කතිකාවත වඩාත්ම කේන්ද්‍රගතව තිබෙන්නේ  රාජ්‍ය මාධ්‍යයන් නියාමනය කිරීම සදහා මෙම මාර්ගෝපදේශයන් භාවිතාවන...
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Powers of the Election Commission to Regulate Privately-Owned Media during Elections in Sri Lanka
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The Election Commission of Sri Lanka is constitutionally empowered to regulate the media during an election period by issuing media guidelines.The present discourse on media regulation during elections focuses on how these guidelines have been used to regulate state-owned media....
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GET REAL with Mahieash Johnney | Episode 08 | #TheNumbersGame
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Taken from Ada Dearana 24 A discussion on the up coming Presidential election. We ask the question whether in a crowded candidate field can any candidate surpass the required 50% + 1 vote threshold? And in case they cannot then...
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A Look Back at Manthri.lk: Are Politicians keeping their promises?
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Image Credits : Groundviews Featured on - Readme.lk By - Mahesh De Andrado We initially took a look at Manthri.lk back in 2014. At the time, it was a platform used to analyze and summarize the work done by each...
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Women’s Representation and Participation in Formal Politics
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By Daisy Perry Despite the drive for gender equality promoted at the Beijing UN World Conference on Women in 1995, the Sri Lankan State appears to have taken little responsibility for narrowing the gender gap in political representation. Savitri Goonesekere explains...
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Election Analysis
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Due to the scattered nature in which the government holds provincial council and local government elections, Sri Lankans have voted in at least 17 elections since 2008. Given this pattern, it is vital for voters to understand the key drivers...
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Quota Conundrums
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One of the key expectations of the Local Government (LG) elections was the premise that 25% of women would be elected to represent the 341 councils and municipalities around the country. However, legal and logistical issues that have cropped up...
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In Sri Lanka, local elections have rattled the government
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TO CRITICS of Mahinda Rajapaksa, local-council elections that were held in Sri Lanka on February 10th felt like a horror film, as the controversial ex-president rose from his silk-lined political coffin to declare victory. And what a victory it was...
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Had Mahinda Rajapaksa run for president on 10 Feb, he would have lost
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Few would have predicted the results of Sri Lanka’s local government elections in 2018. With the benefit of hindsight, we must now try to understand what happened and why. There are three lessons to be learnt from the results –...
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