The president at the meeting said that he would accept the verdict of the Supreme Court on the dissolution of parliament, but he will never rule again with Wickremesinghe.
A seven-member apex court bench said that the President cannot dissolve Parliament till Parliament completes a four and a half year term, the Colombo Gazette reported.
Sri Lanka is going through a major political crisis since October 26 when President Sirisena, in a controversial move, removed Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and installed ex-strongman Mahinda Rajapaksa in his place.
As many as 117 out of 225 lawmakers in Parliament voted to pass a confidence motion in his leadership.
Sri Lanka has been trapped in a bitter power feud since Sirisena replaced Wickremesinghe with Mahinda Rajapakse, a controversial former strongman leader.
The fishermen, who put out to sea in over 540 mechanised boats on December 5 night, were poaching fish near Katchatheevu when the navy personnel came in five boats and drove them away.
The Court of Appeal in an interim order on December 3 temporary halted Rajapaksa and his Cabinet from functioning in their positions in response to a case filed by 122 legislators against his disputed government.
The Appeal Court issued notice and an interim order against Rajapaksa and his Government, preventing them from acting as Prime Minister, Cabinet and Deputy Ministers, Colombo Gazette reported.
Observers opine that the passing of the motion, stripping prime minister's secretary from spending money from the state account, was yet another indication that Rajapaksa lacked simple majority of 113 in the House to continue as the premier.
The latest move by the Trump Administration could be seen as a setback for Sri Lanka, which was expecting a major investment from the US in the island nations transport and land sectors.
Wickremesinghe's party has a majority in parliament and Sirisena's bid to bring back the country's former strongman Mahinda Rajapakse has already failed.
On October 26, Sirisena, in a controversial action, sacked Wickremesinghe and replaced him with former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, plunging the island nation into political chaos.
The brawl occurred a day after the Speaker announced there is no prime minister or government following a no-confidence motion against Rajapaksa.
The parliament passed the no-confidence motion against recently appointed prime minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and his government, with the backing of 122 lawmakers from the 225-member legislature.
The unexpected session on November 14 morning comes a day after the Supreme Court on November 13 overturned President Sirisena's controversial decision to dissolve Parliament and halted the preparations for snap polls on January 5.
For China to say that it was a “friendly” neighbour is to imply that Sri Lanka has unfriendly neighbours, which can only be a reference to India
Sirisena dissolved Parliament on November 9 and announced snap polls to be held on January 5 next year after it became evident that he did not have enough support in the House to prove the premiership of 72-year-old Mahinda Rajapaksa
Sirisena dissolved Parliament on October 9 and announced snap polls on January 5 next year after it became evident that he did not have enough support in the House to prove the premiership of 72-year-old Mahinda Rajapaksa, whom he has appointed prime minister after abruptly sacking Ranil Wickremesinghe on October 26.
Former president Mahinda Rajapaksa said that a general election will truly establish the will of the people and make way for a stable country
According to the gazette notice, nominations to contest the snap election would be taken between November 19 and 26
It will mean that new parliamentary elections can be held in January-February, one of the sources, a close ally of the president, told Reuters.
Sri Lanka is facing a major constitutional crisis after President Maithripala Sirisena ousted Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and replaced him with Rajapaksa and suspended Parliament.
The big fear for India is that Sri Lanka, just off its southern coast and on one of the world's busiest shipping routes, could become a Chinese military outpost.
Sri Lanka is facing a major constitutional crisis sparked by President Maithripala Sirisena's move to oust Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, replace him with ex-president Mahinda Rajapaksa and suspend Parliament.
Wickremesinghe, whose party dubbed the move a "constitutional coup", refused to vacate his official residence, saying he is the lawful prime minister and that the president has no constitutional right to replace him.