It has been reported that there is a problem between the ruling partner party in the parliament.
Shortly after the parliamentary session began this morning, there was renewed tension between the PA and former head of state Maithripala Sirisena.
Upon learning more about this incident,
Foreign Minister Roshan Ranasinge received 7 minutes from the Speaker to respond to Maithripala Sirisena.
Following this, Roshan Ranasinghe responded to Maithripala Sirisena’s statement yesterday that Minister Aluthgamage had delivered a speech asking for a slander.
I have no habit of slander. They have a habit of slandering themselves. “Whatever I say, I will say it directly,” Ranasinghe said.
Maithripala Sirisena (Maithripala Sirisena) said yesterday that he had organized a farmers’ demonstration in the morning and told Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage to organize a branch of the Freedom Party in the evening and that he had said so in response to the slander of Foreign Minister Roshan Ranasinghe.
Roshan Ranasinghe has continued to comment on this.
Sirisena took up the issue of the peasants and the issue of the pavement of the mighty ocean in order to recreate the programs of the fallen Freedom Party in Polonnaruwa. It is a joint decision of the Cabinet to use organic manure for agriculture.
There are people like Mahinda Amaraweera who is a member of the Freedom Party in the cabinet. The Freedom Party is with the government. Roshan Ranasinghe has stated that if one or two members of the party leave the government, there will be no problem for the government.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Lasantha Alagiyawanna, who is responding to allegations made by Foreign Minister Roshan Ranasinghe against Maithripala Sirisena, said that if Maithripala Sirisena had told this story while in Parliament, it would have been ethical.
If he had said earlier that he was going to tell such a story, Maithripala Sirisena would have come to Parliament. He said the ruling party should continue to respond to the allegations leveled against Maithripala Sirisena.
Roshan Ranasinghe, who rose from the seat at the time, said Maithripala Sirisena, who has been a member of parliament for more than three decades, was well aware of parliamentary formalities and knew it was unethical to speak about himself while in office.