JVP on recruitment drive to form a new Sandhanaya

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe (2nd R) arrives to visit the site of a bomb attack at St. Anthony's Shrine in Kochchikade in Colombo on April 21, 2019. - A string of blasts ripped through high-end hotels and churches holding Easter services in Sri Lanka on April 21, killing at least 156 people, including 35 foreigners. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP) (Photo credit should read ISHARA S. KODIKARA/AFP/Getty Images)

Colombo – Thursday: JVP
leader
Somawansa
Amarasinghe

confirming that the party
had quit the coalition government over the tsunami aid sharing
proposal. The Alliance government’s key coalition partner says its
will sit in the opposition as an independent party. The Marxist JVP
quit the coalition government effective from midnight Wednesday as
an ultimatum to the President to withdraw a proposal to disburse aid
with the LTTE lapsed. SF/LBO

The JVP, the main partner of Sri Lanka’s coalition government, says it has quit the government to form a new coalition government.

Colombo – Thursday: JVP
leader
Somawansa
Amarasinghe

confirming that the party
had quit the coalition government over the tsunami aid sharing
proposal. The Alliance government’s key coalition partner says its
will sit in the opposition as an independent party. The Marxist JVP
quit the coalition government effective from midnight Wednesday as
an ultimatum to the President to withdraw a proposal to disburse aid
with the LTTE lapsed. SF/LBO

The JVP, the main partner of Sri Lanka’s coalition government, says it has quit the government to form a new coalition government. Sri L