The No-Confidence Motion brought by the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) against the Government will be taken up in Parliament for the 2nd day today (11th).
In its no-confidence motion the JVP states the government despite having information regarding the attack did not take adequate measures to prevent it nor did it warn the public regarding the imminent carnage. Such a government is incapable of providing security to the general public and is not suitable to administer the country as the Prime Minister, the cabinet and the government should be held responsible for the deaths, injuries to the people and damage to property due to the attack.
The debate on the no-confidence motion commenced yesterday proposed by the Leader of the JVP Anura Dissanayaka, will continue today and the vote will be held around 6.30pm.
The speakers representing the UPFA and several representing Mahinda Rajapaksa faction and the government have expressed views against the conduct of the government. However, their genuine opposition to the conduct of the government regarding the Easter Sunday attack would be revealed at the vote for the NCM today. The JVP has requested all such members to show their opposition to the government at the vote for the NCM.