At a Special General Meeting of members of the Cambridge Conservative Association, Chamali Fernando was adopted as the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Cambridge.
Chamali Fernando, 35, female, Barrister said “I am delighted to be provided the opportunity to champion issues that matter to the people of Cambridge whilst ensuring politics becomes more relevant, welcoming and representative of society.”
She went on to say “The plan I will set out to achieve success for households, businesses and organisations of Cambridge is ambitious, bold and different.”
Chamali continued by saying “It would be an honour to serve the people of this beautiful City as their next Member of Parliament. Few cities in the world have the wealth of knowledge, expertise and dynamism that we are fortunate to hold at our fingertips. There are two great universities which demonstrate our potential; one is a national treasure and the other, a gateway to learning in an ever-changing global economy.”
Nick Clarke, Chairman of the Cambridge Conservative Association said “We are delighted to have such an excellent candidate to fight this seat. At the last General Election we came second and are now well placed to win.”