The Centre for Monitoring Election Violence says it is concerning that the President prorogued Parliament in haste, although he has powers to do so.
Speaking to NewsRadio National Coordinator Manjula Gajanayake said the President is vested with powers to prorogue Parliament under the Constitution, adding it is not debatable.
Gajanayake noted however that concerns have arisen as serious allegations were raised pertaining to the controversial actions of the government within Parliament recently.
He said several Parliamentary committees also become inactive when Parliament is prorogued.
He added therefore the public lost an opportunity to know of details regarding the prevailing crisis in Sri Lanka, as a result of Parliament being prorogued.
He charged it seems like an attempt to conceal such information from the public.