Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa is set to meet the Ruling Party MPs today (22) in discussion of the recently claimed controversial deal between a US company and Sri Lanka regarding the Kerawalapitiya Power Plant.
According to media reports, the compact was signed between the government and a US company in secrecy in the middle of the night, even without being tabled in the Cabinet.
Co-Cabinet Spokesman and Mass Media Minister Dullas Alahapperuma speaking to the press briefing held in announcing Cabinet decisions revealed that the said discussion will be held in Parliament.
Alahapperuma added that the Minister of Power and Energy will be making a statement in Parliament regarding the matter and that a conceptual agreement has been reached according to treasury sources.
Meanwhile, leaders of the minor parties of the government held a special discussion at the residene of former President and Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) Leader Maithripala Sirisena yesterday (21) regarding the compact made to hand over 40 per cent of the Yugadanavi Power Plant to a US Company.