The dialogue regarding the 13th amendment that has come up in the political arena has seeped into the Private Bus Service as well.
Speaking at a press conference today, Chairman of the Lanka Private Bus Owners Association Gemunu Wijeratne stated that they are ready to launch into a strike to facilitate a constitutional change.
The National Freedom Front, which is calling for the abolishment of the 13th amendment, is engaging in discussions with various parties.
Speaking at a press conference UNP General Secretary MP Tissa Attanayaka explained about the meeting that took place with UNP party leader Ranil Wickramasinghe.
The NFF also engaged in discussions with the Sri Lanka Freedom Party yesterday regarding this.
NFF Media spokesperson Mohommad Musammil had the following to say in this regard.
However, the Communist Party which is a part of the government coalition is against the abolishment of the 13th amendment.
General secretary of the Communist party Senior Minister D. E. W. Gunasekara expressed his views in the following manner.