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Sri Lanka’s CEB should not subsidize places of worship: power users

Apr 04, 2013 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's power utility should stop subsidizing places of religious worship which had their own methods of deriving income and some were operating commercial businesses, respondents at a hearing on a tariff hike said. "Places of worship are given power at very low rates and I do not think it is fair for other people to bear that burden," Keerthi Kariyawasam, a representative of the Lanka Sama Samaja Party said.
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"Places of religious worship have different ways of being maintained."

He was among nearly 100 respondents who made submissions at a hearing called by the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka on a proposed tariff hike by the state-run Ceylon Electricity Board.

The Lanka Sama Samaja Party is a left leaning socialist party.

Unlike parties which are backed by the religious right and sometimes turn fascist-nationalist, socialists do not use religion to gain power, and have frequently been at odds with the Church in Europe where they originated.

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Place of religious worship and charities gets unlimited units of electricity at around 7.0 rupees a unit based on proposed tariffs with the first 30 units as low as 1.

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90 rupees compared to an average cost of 20 rupees.
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