It will take place at a public event at Independence Square that follows a march from Nelum Pokuna theatre, he told Sri Lanka Mirror.
Artistes and society activists, who contributed to the fall of the corrupt Rajapaksa regime, will take part, according to him.
It will focus on the attempt to bring good governance after the expulsion of the corrupt administration and to safeguard same.
The event will also aim to give people’s strength to the restoration of the public money and property swindled during the previous government and bringing those responsible to justice.
The organization will hold 100 rallies in as many days to raise awareness among the public, said Chandrasekara.