It has now been revealed that the propaganda spread by some media that voting for local government elections would be postponed for a year after nominations were received is completely false.
It has now been established that this propaganda is being distributed by the United National Party and its headquarters in Pohottuwa.
According to reports, the reason for this is that both parties are having difficulty finding candidates for the UNP and Pohottuwa to run in the local government elections.
The United National Party and Pohottuwa have recently taken steps to invite nominations for candidates to run in local government elections.
However, more than 70% of the MPs representing Pohottuwa have indicated that they will not run for re-election this time.
According to Sirikota sources, the United National Party is currently unable to find candidates.
In this situation, it has been learned that the party leaders have received information indicating that members of both of these parties are willing to compete in the local government elections through other parties.
As a result, it has been learned that these individuals are waging a campaign to postpone voting by one year after nominations are called in order to prevent their members from running as candidates for other parties and alliances.