State Minister Nalaka Godahewa says two thirds majority power in Parliament given to the present administration belongs to the public and not to any political parties.
Speaking to media on the recent difference of opinions between members of the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna and Sri Lanka Freedom Party, State Minister Godahewa said therefore no one needs to claim rights over two-thirds majority.
The State Minister said differences of opinions are common in political alliances throughout history. He said difference of opinions is a natural occurrence adding it is a good opportunity to let off steam.
State Minister Godahewa said however in the end all must work towards the same goal adding as they must keep their promises to the public. He said all issues will be resolved in the end.
The State Minister said the Sri Lanka Freedom Party has 14 members in Parliament adding however it was not a separate vote base which they received as everyone contested through the Sri Lanka People’s Freedom Alliance.