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December 18th, 2007

LSSP: 72 years of principled politics

Abstract:
Besides the introduction of new technology, such as computers, to improve the efficiency of the public service, the proposals of the All Party Representatives Committee (APRC) to frame a new Constitution that gives power, funds and administrative support to the village and institutions of local government must be supported and implemented.

The people's participation through Jana Sabahas in the village and Advisory Committees in the work places has to be increased.

Science and Technology which are essential for economic development have to be promoted, in particular Nanotechnology and the Vidatha programme.

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