In the bid to empower a culture and heritage which is slipping through our fingers in plain sight.
By D. Ekanayake
Corruption is knotty and irrepressible and there are limits to what anti-corruption arbitration alone can get. To sustain or not to is a question that there will never be a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer to whether anti-corruption efforts work. It depends on the individuality and ethics of a single individual.
Laws that are more punishable might be an option, but how does it apply to politicians, who have the wand in their hands to magically amend the laws. Potential success factors include collaboration and coordination, building trust, and seizing opportunities as they arise.
It can pay off to build a political party that can get its citizens to support good governance, and work to change expectations and reshape the policy arena.
Our history must retrograde for the space of a few pages. It’s time we took the voters retribution off the equation. Voters will be conveyed two important messages: Balance and authenticity. Right now the entire system in the country is dysfunctional, and restoring and revitalizing this dispute will take all hands on deck. Keeping a country and its law-abiding citizens safe is the key. Ethics, principles and unity are three things that have been sidestepped since 1948 where sri lanka claimed it’s independence. A country that is way off-course and heading towards a calamity that is inescapable.
A rational land, Social order and to live as a liberated human being is the prime objective of every citizen.
In order to restart the lives which inevitably requires nothing short of a miracle the time has come to bond ourselves irrespective of caste, creed and religion in the bid to empower a culture and heritage which is slipping through our fingers in plain sight.
It is the responsibility of every citizen to make sure they are playing their part in restoring, their rights and the right to live.