The President hinted today that the prevailing political situation would lead to dissolving parliament without passing the 20th Amendment.
The President has indicated this during a discussion held at the Presidential Secretariat with the ministers and deputy ministers who represent SLFP in the government.
A senior minister who participated in the meeting with the president said the UNP as well as other political parties hold different opinions on the 20th Amendment.
He said therefore, it was hinted during the meeting that the people should be educated on the prevailing political dilemma before parliament is dissolved.
Meanwhile, Deputy Foreign Minister Ajith P Perera stated said during a media conference held at the Information Department today that the soothing news of dissolving parliament would reach the eager citizens soon.
Update: Friday, 26 June 2015 - 19:46 ----------------------------------------------
UNP is uncertain of passing the 20th amendment
Deputy Foreign Minister Ajith P Perera said that the soothing news of dissolving parliament would reach the citizens very soon.
The Deputy Minister announced this during a media conference held at the Information Department this morning.
Meanwhile, SLFP Media Spokesman Dilan Perera explained to our news team the instances to pass the 20th Amendment.
At the same time, leader of the house and minister Lakshman Kiriella told our news team passing the 20th Amendment is uncertain due to the bickering of the Opposition.