Leader of Mawbima Janatha Party (MJP) Dilith Jayaweera has reacted to speculation that his party was going to ally with the president.
Addressing a party meeting in Anuradhapura yesterday (27), Jayaweera said Ranil Wickremesinghe would be the last person with whom he would form a union if such a thing happens at all.
He rejected Wickremesinghe’s remarks about developing the country by 2048 as an ‘empty slogan.’
“I am telling his crony Red brothers who try show it to be true that what we do is politics of honesty and love devoid of any hatred or mud-slinging.”
“We do straight politics. That is why, what I say about our party by making home-to-home visits is valid.”
Jayaweera renewed his call to NPP leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake for an open dialogue, and hoped a positive exchange of ideas with him would be possible.
The MJP leader took examples from the western world and asked Dissanayake to come for a debate if he trusted his policies.