Tourism Minister John Amaratunga predicted that the no-confidence motion will be defeated in the House with a majority of 40 votes.
"It is clear that 122 will support the Prime Minister. Close to 80 will support the no-confidence motion. The motion will be defeated by 40 votes," Amaratunga said.
"So why don't you withdraw this motion? We can have lunch and go home," he added.
Sources : asianmirror
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