At the last general election in Sri Lanka, rulers mustered the 2/3rd majority of parliamentary votes they needed, they will probably try to do so in the next election as well. Many may even say that they will not be elected in the coming elections as they will have to account for their past corrupt practices before that and their abuse of power may also be scrutinized. People also recognize that their money power is likely to re-elect them.
The Sri Lankan rulers are standing quietly aside and are ready to retaliate on those who insult them; have also issued a warning that the anti-government protesters must contain themselves, otherwise the government will repress them.
Under this Sinario, it is not too much if the people themselves, regardless of the party political views of the 225 people’s representatives, instead of the corrupt high-powered ones, elect and send to the Parliament good knowledgeable candidates with religious beliefs in the next general election as the new people’s representatives!