The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) yesterday while welcoming the Geneva talks outcome said further progress on peace process would depend on the Government`s sincerity to implement fully what they have agreed at the table.
TNA Parliamentarian Mavai Senadiraja was of the view the operation of militant groups in the East were a serious impediment to the very survival of the CFA.
`We are happy the parties have agreed to implement the CFA in full. Especially clause 1.8 and the disarmament of paramilitaries,` he said referring to militant groups led by Karuna. `We hope the Government is sincere in carrying out their pledges,` he said.
Commenting on the proposed talks between the LTTE and the Muslim factions on further talks he said there would be a possibility of accommodating a larger Muslim representation at future talks when the parties are to discuss core issues and other political matters.
`I am aware that a discussion between the LTTE and Muslim parties were talked about. But we do not know yet which faction of the Muslim polity is going to have talks with Tamil representation,` he said.
He said his party welcomes any move towards talks between the Muslims and the LTTE. `We have always spoken for the Rights of the Tamil speaking people, but it was the Tamils and not the Muslims that have carried out the struggle,` he explained.