The motion was originally due to be handed over to the speaker today (06), but JO chief organizer Dullas Alahapperuma now says every attempt would be made to hand it over this week.
The JO claimed UNP and SLFP MPs too, would sign it, but it is yet to be signed by its own MPs. Wimal Weerawansa is opposed over his insistence that the motion should be submitted even without UNP and SLFP MPs’ signatures. He has told the ex-president too, that some of the JO MPs were trying to sabotage the attempt. A final decision is due at a meeting today.