The Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) is considering joining the Government with their remaining six MPs, shortly after the Government reaches a compromise on their demands.
`Now the negotiations are going on with the Government but no finality has been reached`, SLMC National Organiser K. Baiz told the Sunday Observer yesterday.
When asked what were their demands, he said that they have a problem with the `united` Sri Lanka policy of the Government because the SLMC has faith in federalism.
`We are totally against the war. We support devolution of power since it is the only way to settle the North and East problem. Muslims need a separate unit in the final solution because we cannot live under Tamils`, Baiz reiterated. He noted that Muslims too should be included as a separate delegation at future talks.