The Samagi Jana Balawegaya says it is problematic that the JVP has not taken part in talks aimed at forming an all-party government.
Speaking during a media briefing in Colombo today, Parliamentarian Nalin Bandara Jayamaha said at a time when the clergy and several others are demanding the establishment of an all-party government, the JVP has taken a different stance.
He said several factions have joined to formulate a mechanism to run an all-party government.
MP Jayamaha said despite JVP’s stance, professionals, youth bodies and protesters have also called for the establishment of an all-party government to address the country’s issues.
He said the general public is also expecting Parliament to deliver results.
MP Nalin Bandara Jayamaha noted that people are not willing remain patient any longer and they are demanding a governance without President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.
MP Jayamaha said his faction will also extend their support to the demonstration organised on Saturday.
He said they will not join as a party but will encourage people to take part in the demonstration organised against President Rajapaksa.
MP Jayamaha said they want to send those who destroyed the country home first and then create stability.
He said subsequently they are hoping to go for fresh elections.
Parliamentarian Nalin Bandara Jayamaha said he is hopeful an answer to the people’s struggle will be found on Saturday.