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Friday, July 15, 2022

In Sri Lanka, Prime Minister RanilWickremesinghe became the Acting President

Sri Lankan PM Ranil Wickremesinghe takes over as acting chairman Report 

Sri Lankan extremity The demurrers across the islet nation continues as the protesters have now demanded that PM Ranil Wickremesinghe must abdicate. 

Sri Lankan high minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Wednesday took over as the acting chairman, hours after Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled to Maldives amid demurrers against him in the country, Reuters reported. 

"The high minister as acting chairman has declared a state of demand ( countrywide) and assessed a curfew in the western fiefdom," Wickremesinghe's media clerk, Dinouk Colombage, told Reuters. The curfew comes into effect incontinently. 


The demurrers across the islet nation continues as the protesters have now demanded that Wickremesinghe must abdicate. A mob of protesters stormed the Lankan high minister's hearthstone, daring the tear gas shells by security forces. 

Before in the day, Rajapaksa fled the country and arrived in Maldives where he was entered by speaker Mohamed Nasheed. He'd yielded to the protesters' demand of abdication from the post of chairman and agreed to abdicate moment. 


demurrers against the Rajapaksas have continued for months and boosted last weekend when thousands of protesters stormed the presidential palace and the high minister's hearthstone. The protesters have criticized the Rajapaksa family for the profitable extremity in the country which has left the citizens floundering for energy, food and drugs. 

Police Assessed an indefinite curfew across the Western Province, which includes Colombo," to contain the situation", a elderly police officer said. 


Wickremesinghe has himself blazoned his amenability to abdicate if agreement is reached on forming a concinnity government. 

His office verified Wednesday that Rajapaksa had left the country, but said it had no schedule for any abdication advertisement. 


The presidential race process could take between three days-- the minimal time demanded for congress to handpick an MP to serve out Rajapaksa's term, which ends in November 2024-- and a outside of 30 days allowed under the enactment, Reuters reported.

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