Sri Lanka National Peace Council urges President to supervise the next vote in parliament and end the political deadlock

Sri Lanka's National Peace Council (NPC), a non-governmental organization (NGO) working on peace and conflict resolution, has called on President Maithripala Sirisena to go to Parliament to ensure that the vote to show majority meets the requisite standards for him and end the political deadlock.Issuing a statement, the NPC noted that the parliament passed two motions of no-confidence against the newly appointed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa despite the disruptive conduct of members of the recently appointed government, but the President on both occasions has declined to act on this no-confidence motion saying he is not satisfied with the process.Commending President Sirisena's statement that he would continue with parliamentary proceedings without suspending them, the National Peace Council called on all those concerned to give full meaning to those sentiments of the president and to support the Speaker to conduct proceedings in parliament as they should be.....................

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