Left Liberation Front

This article is about the political alliance in Sri Lanka. For other uses, see Left Front (disambiguation).
Left Liberation Front
Leader Vikramabahu Karunaratne
Secretary Leenus Jayatilake
Founded 1998
Preceded by New Left Front
Headquarters 17 Barracks Lane, Colombo 02
Ideology Communism, Trotskyism
Election symbol

The Left Liberation Front is a left wing electoral coalition in Sri Lanka. It was founded in 1998 as the New Left Front by the Nava Sama Samaja Party, former members of the People's Alliance, and the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna.

The alliance has changed its name twice from the New Left Front: firstly to Left Front and secondly to Left Liberation Front in early 2010.


Its current members are:


In the Sri Lankan presidential election, 2005, the New Left Front's candidate Chamil Jayaneththi came sixth of thirteen, with 9,296 votes.

See also

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