He stated this at a ceremony to sign a common memorandum of understanding with 110 civil and political organizations at the Sri Lanka Foundation this morning.
The Prime Minister stated that the five-fold manifesto would aim to establish a parliament which would not only consolidate Westminster democracy, but also incorporate the ruling system of the Lichchavi Kings.
He also stated that long term policies will be prepared for people to meet, hold talks and disperse peacefully.
The premier reiterated that he does not wish to create one dynasty, but intends to make every family in the country wealthy.
Convener of the National Movement for a Just Society Venerable Maduluwawe Sobitha Thera also signed in the common MOU.
The agreement includes 14 factors which have been set to safeguard the January 8th victory, and continue it further.
One of the main facets of this new MOU is to introduce a new Constitution.
Executive presidency would be abolished under the proposed Constitution, while internationally accepted human rights standards would be implemented.
Judges with misconduct would be removed from service, and majority of the executive council will comprise civil representatives.
Those who do not divulge their assets and liabilities will not be elected as public representatives, and a government mechanism that does not challenge national and religious harmony, would be built.
The new MOU also agreed to give more authority to FCID, CID and the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption.
An economic system will be created where benefits are shared reasonably among all citizens, while a code of conduct will be introduced to public representatives.
At the same time, an advisory board, comprising the representatives from the signatories to the MOU will be set up, where they would also contribute to the government policy planning.