The opposition says it has not reached a final decision on the proposed 21st Amendment to Constitution.
Parliamentarian Tissa Attanayake said a final decision will be taken on the amendment, by the Parliamentary Group in the future.
MP Attanayake confirmed that they have received the proposal of the government and discussions have taken place within the party.
He said they also attended talks held under the auspices of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe recently.
MP Tissa Attanayake noted that they are of the view that all fundamental clauses in the 19th Constitutional Amendment should be included in the new amendment.
He said although certain clauses require a public referendum, the amendment should be taken up in Parliament immediately.
MP Attanayake said clauses that need a public referendum can be amended in due time.
He said since the demand of the people is to enact the 21st Amendment to Constitution; the government should take steps to pass the legislation at the earliest.