ACMC yet to decide stance on 20A
All Ceylon Makkal Congress yet to decide stance on 20A, Rishad said.
Parliamentarian Rishad Bathiudeen has said that his All Ceylon Makkal Congress (ACMC) is yet to decide whether it would support the 20th amendment in Parliament.
“We agree with some provisions of the 20th amendment, but we do not agree with some provisions,” the leader of the ACMC that has four seats in Parliament told reporters on Thursday.
He said that his party would make a final decision at the right time.
Meanwhile, Bathiudeen stressed that the individuals involved in last year’s April 21st attacks must be punished, and denied involvement over the carnage.
“I can say that neither I nor my brother were involved in this incident,” the ACMC leader insisted.