Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka) Provincial Elections

Sri Lankan SEP General Secretary Wije Dias interviewed on national election channel

By our correspondent, 30 July 2015

Dias explained the SEP’s socialist and international program in an hour-long interview on the state-owned Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation’s radio network.

Sri Lanka: Pseudo-left USP willing to ally with any capitalist party

By R. Shreeharan, 29 July 2015

The United Socialist Party takes no responsibility for the disasters that its previous alliances with bourgeois parties have helped bring about for the working class.

SEP (Sri Lanka) to hold antiwar meetings in Kandy, Galle and Gampaha

12 September 2014

The SEP and IYSSE will hold meetings on the US “pivot to Asia” and the danger of world war.

Sri Lanka: Ruling UPFA wins provincial elections but with reduced votes

By Deepal Jayasekera, 10 September 2012

The election result underlines the deepening hostility and resentment, not only to the government but to the Colombo political establishment as a whole.

Vote SEP in Sri Lankan provincial elections

Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka), 7 September 2012

The burning issues facing working people can be solved only through the struggle for an international socialist perspective.

Reject the plantation unions’ fraudulent electoral front

M. Thevarajah, SEP election candidate for Kegalla District and Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council, 4 September 2012

These discredited unions have come together to divert the opposition of workers to the government into the reactionary dead-end of communal politics.

Sri Lankan SEP holds election meeting in Kegalla

By our reporter, 11 August 2012

The first in a series of public meetings for the Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council elections was attended by workers, youth and students.

Sri Lankan graphite miners speak to SEP campaigners

By Panini Wijesiriwardena, 9 August 2012

“Though the LSSP leaders abandoned us, those revolutionary days still echo in our mind.”

Sri Lankan SEP campaigns among rubber plantation workers

By our reporters, 4 August 2012

Together with tea and coconut plantation workers, rubber workers have been hit hard by the government’s austerity measures.

Sri Lankan SEP candidate speaks to WSWS

By Panini Wijesiriwardene, 31 July 2012

Ananda Daulagala has a record of more than three decades of fighting for the program of international socialism.