Monaragala Electoral District

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This article is about the electoral district in Sri Lanka. For the administrative district, see Monaragala District.
Monaragala
Electoral District
for the Parliament of Sri Lanka
Administrative
District
Monaragala
Province Uva
Polling divisions 3
Population 430,000[1] (2008)
Electorate 300,642[2] (2010)
Area 5,639 km2 (2,177 sq mi)[3]
Current Electoral District
Number of members 5
MPs Vijitha Berugoda, UPFA
R.M. Ranjith Madduma Bandara, UNF
Sumedha G. Jayasena, UPFA
A. P. Jagath Pushpakumara, UPFA
Gamini Zoysa, UPFA

Monaragala electoral district is one of the 22 multi-member electoral districts of Sri Lanka created by the 1978 Constitution of Sri Lanka. The district is conterminous with the administrative district of Monaragala in the Uva province. The district currently elects 5 of the 225 members of the Sri Lankan Parliament and had 300,642 registered electors in 2010.[2]

1982 Presidential Election[edit]

Results of the 1st presidential election held on 20 October 1982 for the district:

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
Junius Jayewardene UNP 16,821 16,836 16,874 733 51,264 49.38%
Hector Kobbekaduwa SLFP 11,820 16,060 15,797 438 44,115 42.49%
Rohana Wijeweera JVP 1,180 1,721 4,225 45 7,171 6.91%
Colvin R. de Silva LSSP 313 343 214 12 882 0.85%
Vasudeva Nanayakkara NSSP 71 93 55 7 226 0.22%
Kumar Ponnambalam ACTC 55 73 35 0 163 0.16%
Valid Votes 30,260 35,126 37,200 1,235 103,821 100.00%
Rejected Votes 458 526 563 6 1,553
Total Polled 30,718 35,652 37,763 1,241 105,374
Registered Electors 35,895 41,675 48,988 126,558
Turnout 85.58% 85.55% 77.09% 83.26%
Source:[4]

1988 Presidential Election[edit]

Results of the 2nd presidential election held on 19 December 1988 for the district:

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
Ranasinghe Premadasa UNP 9,091 1,781 5,895 105 16,872 63.21%
Sirimavo Bandaranaike SLFP 5,507 1,366 2,188 62 9,123 34.18%
Oswin Abeygunasekara SLMP 371 110 212 4 697 2.61%
Valid Votes 14,969 3,257 8,295 171 26,692 100.00%
Rejected Votes 507 116 191 37 851
Total Polled 15,476 3,373 8,486 208 27,543
Registered Electors 43,093 51,823 67,011 161,927
Turnout 35.91% 6.51% 12.66% 17.01%
Source:[5]

1989 Parliamentary General Election[edit]

Results of the 9th parliamentary election held on 15 February 1989 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
United National Party 16,362 13,141 16,136 674 46,313 52.42% 3
Sri Lanka Freedom Party 10,361 16,700 11,018 561 38,640 43.73% 2
United Socialist Alliance
(CPSL, LSSP, NSSP, SLMP)
815 990 325 19 2,149 2.43% 0
Mahajana Eksath Peramuna 87 121 226 17 451 0.51% 0
Sri Lanka Muslim Congress 161 195 94 0 450 0.51% 0
Independent 96 155 97 1 349 0.40% 0
Valid Votes 27,882 31,302 27,896 1,272 88,352 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 4,002 4,396 3,896 23 12,317
Total Polled 31,884 35,698 31,792 1,295 100,669
Registered Electors 42,671 51,157 66,645 1,454 161,927
Turnout 74.72% 69.78% 47.70% 89.06% 62.17%
Source:[6]

The following candidates were elected:[6] Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Gunewathie Dissanayake (SLFP), 26,193 preference votes (pv); R. M. Dharmadasa Banda (UNP), 20,788 pv; R.M. Ranjith Madduma Bandara (UNP), 19,165 pv; Gamini Wijith Wijayamuni Soyza (SLFP), 15,128 pv; and Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Ariyaratna (UNP), 12,985 pv.

1994 Parliamentary General Election[edit]

Results of the 10th parliamentary election held on 16 August 1994 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
People's Alliance (SLFP et al.) 18,546 27,459 29,989 1,961 77,955 50.40% 3
United National Party 18,526 20,277 27,463 1,487 67,753 43.81% 2
Independent 4 1,104 1,215 4,220 53 6,592 4.26% 0
Sri Lanka Progressive Front (JVP) 422 431 1,000 43 1,896 1.23% 0
Independent 5 59 81 66 1 207 0.13% 0
Independent 2 42 40 24 0 106 0.07% 0
Independent 1 28 37 23 2 90 0.06% 0
Independent 3 27 21 16 0 64 0.04% 0
Valid Votes 38,754 49,561 62,801 3,547 154,663 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 4,140 5,328 6,766 71 16,305
Total Polled 42,894 54,889 69,567 3,618 170,968
Registered Electors 50,852 64,229 84,310 199,391
Turnout 84.35% 85.46% 82.51% 85.75%
Source:[7]

The following candidates were elected:[7] Sumedha G. Jayasena (PA), 55,369 preference votes (pv); R. M. Dharmadasa Banda (UNP), 44,956 pv; R.M. Ranjith Madduma Bandara (UNP), 36,747 pv; A. P. Jagath Pushpakumara (PA), 34,663 pv; and Attanayake Mudiyanselage Jayawardana (PA), 27,080 pv.

1994 Presidential Election[edit]

Results of the 3rd presidential election held on 9 November 1994 for the district:

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
Chandrika Kumaratunga PA 24,271 31,950 38,050 2,349 96,620 63.20%
Srimathi Dissanayake UNP 13,867 15,801 21,090 1,268 52,026 34.03%
Hudson Samarasinghe Ind 2 674 687 600 5 1,966 1.29%
Harischandra Wijayatunga SMBP 209 234 414 20 877 0.57%
Nihal Galappaththi SLPF 246 261 295 22 824 0.54%
A.J. Ranashinge Ind 1 200 175 174 7 556 0.36%
Valid Votes 39,467 49,108 60,623 3,671 152,869 100.00%
Rejected Votes 928 1,456 1,553 40 3,977
Total Polled 40,395 50,564 62,176 3,711 156,846
Registered Electors 50,852 64,229 84,310 199,391
Turnout 79.44% 78.72% 73.75% 78.66%
Source:[8]

1999 Provincial Council Election[edit]

Results of the 3rd Uva provincial council election held on 6 April 1999 for the district:

Party Votes % Seats
People's Alliance (SLFP, SLMC et al.) 66,870 45.35%
United National Party 65,340 44.31%
Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 10,292 6.98%
New Left Front (NSSP et al.) 2,182 1.48%
National Union of Workers (CWC, DWC) 1,927 1.31%
Mahajana Eksath Peramuna 419 0.28%
Independent 2 273 0.19%
Independent 1 101 0.07%
Sri Lanka Progressive Front 50 0.03%
Valid Votes 147,454 100.00%
Rejected Votes 3,976
Total Polled 151,430
Registered Electors 224,077
Turnout 67.58%
Source:[9]

1999 Presidential Election[edit]

Results of the 4th presidential election held on 21 December 1999 for the district:

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
Chandrika Kumaratunga PA 21,890 30,055 37,950 2,154 92,049 51.07%
Ranil Wickremasinghe UNP 19,156 21,049 31,534 1,956 73,695 40.89%
Nandana Gunathilake JVP 2,337 2,465 5,279 375 10,456 5.80%
Rajiva Wijesinha Liberal 294 256 307 3 860 0.48%
W.V.M. Ranjith Ind 2 247 264 305 0 816 0.45%
T. Edirisuriya Ind 1 204 226 248 0 678 0.38%
Harischandra Wijayatunga SMBP 130 155 176 20 481 0.27%
Kamal Karunadasa PLSF 85 101 148 2 336 0.19%
Vasudeva Nanayakkara LDA 78 62 126 22 288 0.16%
Abdul Rasool SLMP 57 58 99 1 215 0.12%
Hudson Samarasinghe Ind 3 43 53 49 0 145 0.08%
A. Dissanayaka DUNF 26 57 41 2 126 0.07%
A.W. Premawardhana PFF 27 34 39 0 100 0.06%
Valid Votes 44,574 54,835 76,301 4,535 180,245 100.00%
Rejected Votes 1,028 1,489 1,503 141 4,161
Total Polled 45,602 56,324 77,804 4,676 184,406
Registered Electors 58,803 73,336 98,437 230,576
Turnout 77.55% 76.80% 79.04% 79.98%
Source:[10]

2000 Parliamentary General Election[edit]

Results of the 11th parliamentary election held on 10 October 2000 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
People's Alliance
(SLFP et al.)
22,011 29,668 36,697 3,028 91,404 49.69% 3
United National Party 19,022 21,063 33,390 2,425 75,900 41.27% 2
Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 2,783 3,228 6,581 567 13,159 7.15% 0
New Left Front (NSSP et al.) 431 502 609 5 1,547 0.84% 0
Citizen's Front 132 128 166 5 431 0.23% 0
United Sinhala Great Council 103 116 134 2 355 0.19% 0
Sinhala Heritage 74 103 121 29 327 0.18% 0
Democratic United National Front 48 49 68 0 165 0.09% 0
Liberal Party 62 42 32 2 138 0.08% 0
Independent 1 36 30 34 1 101 0.05% 0
Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 21 39 28 5 93 0.05% 0
Independent 6 26 22 16 0 64 0.03% 0
Independent 4 18 18 23 0 59 0.03% 0
Independent 3 18 15 23 1 57 0.03% 0
People's Freedom Front 6 18 13 1 38 0.02% 0
Independent 2 5 13 16 0 34 0.02% 0
Independent 5 14 10 9 0 33 0.02% 0
Sri Lanka Progressive Front 7 11 7 1 26 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 44,817 55,075 77,967 6,072 183,931 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 3,222 4,608 5,567 191 13,588
Total Polled 48,039 59,683 83,534 6,263 197,519
Registered Electors 60,633 75,537 101,765 237,935
Turnout 79.23% 79.01% 82.09% 83.01%
Source:[11]

The following candidates were elected:[12] Gamini Wijith Wijayamuni Soyza (PA), 37,312 preference votes (pv); Jayasundara Mudiyanselage Ananda Kumarasiri (UNP), 36,487 pv; Sumedha G. Jayasena (PA), 33,946 pv; Jayasundara Wijekoon (PA), 33,784 pv; and R.M. Ranjith Madduma Bandara (UNP), 31,269 pv.

2001 Parliamentary General Election[edit]

Results of the 12th parliamentary election held on 5 December 2001 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
People's Alliance
(SLFP et al.)
19,423 26,591 33,230 81,805 43.67% 3
United National Front
(UNP, SLMC, CWC, DPF)
20,258 23,313 34,428 80,549 43.00% 2
Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 4,823 5,230 11,148 21,987 11.74% 0
New Left Front (NSSP et al.) 538 571 625 1,745 0.93% 0
Sinhala Heritage 65 130 145 359 0.19% 0
United Lalith Front 66 61 86 215 0.11% 0
Independent 1 45 51 74 171 0.09% 0
Independent 6 38 43 31 112 0.06% 0
People's Freedom Front 26 30 35 91 0.05% 0
Liberal Party 29 23 31 84 0.04% 0
Independent 2 15 16 23 54 0.03% 0
Sri Lanka National Front 14 18 17 49 0.03% 0
Independent 3 10 9 17 36 0.02% 0
Independent 5 11 8 9 28 0.01% 0
Sri Lanka Progressive Front 6 10 8 25 0.01% 0
Independent 4 4 6 13 23 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 45,371 56,110 79,920 187,333 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 4,053 4,476 6,103 15,638
Total Polled 49,424 60,586 86,023 202,971
Registered Electors 62,810 78,033 106,437 247,280
Turnout 78.69% 77.64% 80.82% 82.08%
Sources:[13][14]

The following candidates were elected:[15] R.M. Ranjith Madduma Bandara (UNF), 38,474 preference votes (pv); Jayasundara Mudiyanselage Ananda Kumarasiri (UNF), 37,567 pv; A. P. Jagath Pushpakumara (PA), 32,754 pv; Sumedha G. Jayasena (PA), 31,239 pv; and Gamini Wijith Wijayamuni Soyza (PA), 30,724 pv.

2004 Parliamentary General Election[edit]

Results of the 13th parliamentary election held on 2 April 2004 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
United People's Freedom Alliance (SLFP, JVP et al.) 27,149 34,503 51,137 4,667 117,456 61.14% 3
United National Front
(UNP, SLMC, CWC, DPF)
17,851 21,593 29,102 2,521 71,067 36.99% 2
Jathika Hela Urumaya 293 586 1,618 178 2,675 1.39% 0
United Lalith Front 82 78 112 3 275 0.14% 0
National Development Front 35 54 68 1 158 0.08% 0
United Socialist Party 41 42 50 2 135 0.07% 0
Independent 7 22 43 22 0 87 0.05% 0
New Left Front (NSSP et al.) 13 26 34 3 76 0.04% 0
Independent 6 9 14 16 0 39 0.02% 0
Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 3 7 8 1 19 0.01% 0
Sri Lanka National Front 2 10 4 3 19 0.01% 0
Independent 2 5 4 9 0 18 0.01% 0
Independent 1 3 5 8 1 17 0.01% 0
Independent 5 5 7 4 1 17 0.01% 0
Independent 4 4 10 1 0 15 0.01% 0
Ruhuna People's Party 2 5 3 2 12 0.01% 0
Swarajya 4 4 3 0 11 0.01% 0
Independent 3 4 3 4 0 11 0.01% 0
Sri Lanka Progressive Front 0 2 2 2 6 0.00% 0
Valid Votes 45,527 56,996 82,205 7,385 192,113 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 3,255 4,142 5,296 123 12,816
Total Polled 48,782 61,138 87,501 7,508 204,929
Registered Electors 65,934 83,194 113,614 262,742
Turnout 73.99% 73.49% 77.02% 78.00%
Source:[16]

The following candidates were elected:[17] R. M. Padma Udhaya Shantha Gunasekera (UPFA-JVP), 71,115 preference votes (pv); A. P. Jagath Pushpakumara (UPFA-SLFP), 52,887 pv; Sumedha G. Jayasena (UPFA-SLFP), 47,538 pv; R.M. Ranjith Madduma Bandara (UNF-UNP), 41,889 pv; and R. M. Dharmadasa Banda (UNF-UNP), 36,104 pv.

2004 Provincial Council Election[edit]

Results of the 4th Uva provincial council election held on 10 July 2004 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
United People's Freedom Alliance (SLFP, JVP et al.) 25,279 29,805 39,227 3,567 97,878 66.24% 7
United National Party 12,019 16,035 19,239 1,637 48,930 33.12% 4
United Socialist Party 142 217 251 6 616 0.42% 0
Independent 37 36 42 2 117 0.08% 0
Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 15 14 30 6 65 0.04% 0
Democratic United National Front 10 36 6 3 55 0.04% 0
Sri Lanka National Front 14 8 13 4 39 0.03% 0
United Sinhala Great Council 7 12 13 1 33 0.02% 0
Sri Lanka Progressive Front 5 6 8 1 20 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 37,528 46,169 58,829 5,227 147,753 100.00% 11
Rejected Votes 2,732 3,448 4,419 232 10,831
Total Polled 40,260 49,617 63,248 5,459 158,584
Registered Electors 65,934 83,194 113,614 262,742
Turnout 61.06% 59.64% 55.67% 60.36%
Source:[18]

The following candidates were elected:[18] Gamini Vijitha Vijayamuni Zoysa (UPFA), 31,361 preference votes (pv); R. M. Jayawardhena (UPFA), 30,017 pv; Arachchige Udaya Kumara Wengappuli (UPFA), 27,495 pv; H. M. K. Herath (UPFA), 24,709 pv; Attanayaka Mudiyanselage Kithsiri Senerth Bandara Attanayake (UPFA), 20,245 pv; Arachchige Vijitha Berugoda (UPFA), 17,382 pv; R. M. Kumarasiri Rathnayake (UPFA), 17,146 pv; R. M. Jayasinghe Bandara (UNP), 16,467 pv; Ananda Kumarasiri (UNP), 15,280 pv; Arvin Sampath Jayasooriya (UNP), 14,935 pv; and A. A. M. Munirathna (UNP) 9,570 pv.

2005 Presidential Election[edit]

Results of the 5th presidential election held on 17 November 2005 for the district:

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
Mahinda Rajapaksa UPFA 28,663 37,575 54,066 5,790 126,094 56.94%
Ranil Wickremasinghe UNP 22,103 27,754 39,117 3,270 92,244 41.65%
A.A. Suraweera NDF 280 304 352 7 943 0.43%
Siritunga Jayasuriya USP 169 254 248 2 673 0.30%
Chamil Jayaneththi NLF 64 86 137 8 295 0.13%
Aruna de Soyza RPP 69 87 127 3 286 0.13%
Victor Hettigoda ULPP 56 66 101 16 239 0.11%
Wimal Geeganage SLNF 59 56 84 1 200 0.09%
Anura De Silva ULF 43 37 52 1 133 0.06%
A.K.J. Arachchige DUA 38 31 54 1 124 0.06%
Wije Dias SEP 32 31 38 1 102 0.05%
P. Nelson Perera SLPF 23 23 26 1 73 0.03%
H.S. Dharmadwaja UNAF 13 14 17 0 44 0.02%
Valid Votes 51,612 66,318 94,419 9,101 221,450 100.00%
Rejected Votes 567 897 1,055 117 2,636
Total Polled 52,179 67,215 95,474 9,218 224,086
Registered Electors 68,660 87,943 119,506 276,109
Turnout 76.00% 76.43% 79.89% 81.16%
Source:[19]

2009 Provincial Council Election[edit]

Results of the 5th Uva provincial council election held on 8 August 2009 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
United People's Freedom Alliance (SLFP et al.) 36,499 49,420 66,842 7,076 159,837 81.32% 9
United National Party 6,503 9,187 14,026 793 30,509 15.52% 2
Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna 1,699 1,208 2,491 234 5,632 2.87% 0
National Development Front 64 101 59 2 226 0.11% 0
United Socialist Party 23 43 85 2 153 0.08% 0
United Lanka Great Council 26 16 20 0 62 0.03% 0
Independent 3 12 19 24 0 55 0.03% 0
Independent 1 8 6 8 0 22 0.01% 0
Patriotic National Front 9 5 6 0 20 0.01% 0
Independent 2 6 3 4 0 13 0.01% 0
Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 4 3 3 0 10 0.01% 0
Sri Lanka Progressive Front 4 4 2 0 10 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 44,857 60,015 83,570 8,107 196,549 100.00% 11
Rejected Votes 2,533 3,268 3,922 246 9,969
Total Polled 47,390 63,283 87,492 8,353 206,518
Registered Electors 74,692 96,386 129,564 300,642
Turnout 63.45% 65.66% 67.53% 68.69%
Source:[20]

The following candidates were elected:[21] Shashindra Rajapaksa (UPFA), 136,697 preference votes (pv); R. M. Kumarasiri Rathnayake (UPFA), 44,623 pv; Arachchige Vijitha Berugoda (UPFA), 35,079 pv; Arachchige Wimal Galagama Arachchi (UPFA), 29,777 pv; Anil Chandana Weliwita (UPFA), 26,856 pv; Balage Saliya Sumedha De Silva (UPFA), 26,079 pv; Attanayaka Mudiyanselage Kithsiri Senerth Bandara Attanayake (UPFA), 23,930 pv; Arachchige Udaya Kumara Wengappuli (UPFA), 23,718 pv; Akwida Wediwela Mudiyanselage Dayarathna Bandara (UPFA), 22,366 pv; Thisakutti Arachchige Chaminda Janaka (UNP), 13,049 pv; and Ananda Kumarasiri Jayasundara Mudiyanselage (UNP), 10,538 pv.

2010 Presidential Election[edit]

Results of the 6th presidential election held on 26 January 2010 for the district:

Candidate Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes %
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
Mahinda Rajapaksa UPFA 34,523 46,731 68,310 8,871 158,435 69.01%
Sarath Fonseka NDF 15,649 19,990 27,369 3,795 66,803 29.10%
A.A. Suraweera NDF 252 261 355 6 874 0.38%
M.C.M. Ismail DUNF 192 193 290 9 684 0.30%
W.V. Mahiman Ranjith Ind 1 153 191 248 12 604 0.26%
A.S.P Liyanage SLLP 104 108 148 4 364 0.16%
C.J. Sugathsiri Gamage UDF 104 121 114 3 342 0.15%
Sarath Manamendra NSH 48 74 69 0 191 0.08%
Ukkubanda Wijekoon Ind 3 51 57 76 2 186 0.08%
Lal Perera ONF 47 70 54 0 171 0.07%
Siritunga Jayasuriya USP 37 47 72 2 158 0.07%
Vikramabahu Karunaratne LF 34 32 49 4 119 0.05%
Aithurus M. Illias Ind 2 23 28 56 2 109 0.05%
M. K. Shivajilingam Ind 5 23 47 37 0 107 0.05%
Sanath Pinnaduwa NA 14 30 29 0 73 0.03%
M. Mohamed Musthaffa Ind 4 12 23 30 3 68 0.03%
Wije Dias SEP 27 19 17 0 63 0.03%
Battaramulla Seelarathana JP 16 14 26 0 56 0.02%
Senaratna de Silva PNF 15 14 24 0 53 0.02%
Aruna de Soyza RPP 10 23 18 1 52 0.02%
Sarath Kongahage UNAF 11 12 16 1 40 0.02%
M.B. Thaminimulla ACAKO 12 11 7 2 32 0.01%
Valid Votes 51,357 68,096 97,414 12,717 229,584 100.00%
Rejected Votes 544 743 790 195 2,272
Total Polled 51,901 68,839 98,204 12,912 231,856
Registered Electors 74,692 96,386 129,564 300,642
Turnout 69.49% 71.42% 75.80% 77.12%
Source:[2]

2010 Parliamentary General Election[edit]

Results of the 14th parliamentary election held on 8 April 2010 for the district:

Party Votes per Polling Division Postal
Votes
Total Votes % Seats
Bibile Monara
-gala
Wella
-waya
United People's Freedom Alliance (SLFP et al.) 28,575 32,315 50,073 9,671 120,634 75.64% 4
United National Front
(UNP, SLMC, DPF, SLFP(P))
6,172 8,500 12,199 2,021 28,892 18.12% 1
Democratic National Alliance (JVP et al.) 1,610 2,168 4,507 733 9,018 5.65% 0
Our National Front 61 74 126 14 275 0.17% 0
Sri Lanka National Front 18 65 41 12 136 0.09% 0
Independent 4 16 23 29 0 68 0.04% 0
National Development Front 18 23 24 1 66 0.04% 0
Independent 2 13 26 20 5 64 0.04% 0
United Socialist Party 10 28 22 0 60 0.04% 0
Janasetha Peramuna 13 31 10 4 58 0.04% 0
United National Alternative Front 17 18 19 3 57 0.04% 0
Independent 3 8 19 12 1 40 0.03% 0
Independent 1 7 9 16 0 32 0.02% 0
Patriotic National Front 9 6 12 2 29 0.02% 0
United Democratic Front 4 7 13 5 29 0.02% 0
Ruhuna People's Party 7 5 0 0 12 0.01% 0
Left Liberation Front 3 7 1 0 11 0.01% 0
Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 2 3 3 2 10 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 36,563 43,327 67,127 12,474 159,491 100.00% 5
Rejected Votes 2,837 3,112 3,694 506 10,149
Total Polled 39,400 46,439 70,821 12,980 169,640
Registered Electors 74,692 96,386 129,564 300,642
Turnout 52.75% 48.18% 54.66% 56.43%
Source:[22]

The following candidates were elected:[23] A. P. Jagath Pushpakumara (UPFA-SLFP), 67,903 preference votes (pv); Gamini Vijith Vijayamuni Zoysa (UPFA), 54,516 pv; Sumedha G. Jayasena (UPFA-SLFP), 45,837 pv; Aarachchige Vijitha Berugoda (UPFA), 43,001 pv; and R.M. Ranjith Madduma Bandara (UNF-UNP), 15,105 pv.

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