Leader of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and former President Maithripala Sirisena speaking to reporters after a ceremony held in the Party Headquarters yesterday (06) said the process of the formation of an all-party government is seemingly being met with an obstacle, one, however, he refused to elaborate.
Q: How is the programme of the all-party government with the President?
“We were invited for negotiations. We went. Now the responsibility of doing the works is at the side of the government. But I think that there is an obstacle now. Many members in Parliament are willing to. But another group is not.”
Q: Are there people who do not want this all-party government to be formed?
“Looks like it”
Q: Are they in the Pohottu Party? Who are they?
“You can find out, can’t you?”