While expressing that the government has lost faith internationally, former minister Wimal Weerawansa said today that the whole government, including Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa should resign and allow an interim government to be formed with the participation of all parties in Parliament.
He told Parliament that Sri Lanka should seek at least US$ 4 or 5 billion from freindly nations to increase foreign reserves.
But the government is not in a position to do so as it has lost faith globally.
The Parliamentarian said that assistance from freindly countries should be sought under an interim government and take steps to increase foreign reserves in order to improve the international ratings to create faith among international financial bodies.
“This government cannot do that. They have lost faith internationally. Government created issues with our freidnly countries such as China and Japan,” he said.