The Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) will participate at a discussion with President Ranil Wickremesinghe tomorrow to discuss forming an all-party government, JVP politburo member Sunil Handunnetti said today.
He told a news conference that they would take part at the discussion following an invitation from the President.
Hadunnetti said they would clarify to the President the stance of the JVP on forming an all-party government and added that they would, however, not join the all-party government.
“We have already disclosed our stance to the country on an all-party government. The all-party government in the making is not an interim government which would hold or facilitate a general election. It was formed to establish the power of President Wickremesinghe and to win the confidence of the international community to obtain loans. The President has formed a government and is now inviting other parties to join it. It is not an all-party government at all,” he said.
Hadunnetti said the JVP would not join the all-party government but they would participate at the discussion with the President to convey their stance.