President Gotabaya Rajapakse says that he expects a two third majority in the next parliament, in order to overcome obstacles in the constitution with the expectations of fulfilling the needs of the people.
The President said, 19th amendment to the constitution is an impediment for the governance and it should be removed immediately. He was speaking at a meeting held today at Presidential Secretariat with news room heads of media institutions.
Speaking on giving employment opportunities to unemployed graduates, the President said, that it is fulfillment of an election pledge rather than mere political act. The election commission has been informed about the appointments.
Speaking further, the president informed the dedication of the government in improving living stranded of general public and strengthening the security of the nation while improving economic development. President also said that he has received an interim report of the presidential commission investigating about Easter Sunday Attacks. A pledge on increasing daily rage of estate workers to 1000 rupees will be full filled before the Sinhala Tamil New Year festival.
President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa said that the government had withdrawn from co-sponsorship of Geneva resolutions according to a mandate given by the voters of the country.