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But it is a tool and a means only, not the ultimate goal. It is simply compulsion and coercion; it is the police power.
by Sean GLEESON and Amal JAYASINGHE (AFP) Lankan security forces demolished the main anti-government protest camp in the capital Friday, evicting activists in a pre-dawn assault that raised international concern for dissent under the crisis-wracked country’s new pro-Western president. Troops and police Special Task Force commandos wielding batons and armed with automatic assault rifles charged on ...
Overnight clean money volumes down to zero, sporadic repo activity
By Michael Rowand As Sri Lankan protesters stormed the presidential residence in Colombo, the Chinese Embassy released no statements and did not tweet. The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs offered no comment until Monday afternoon, well behind others such as India, the European Union, and the United States. The French Embassy even retweeted a tweet […]
COLOMBO (News 1st); The Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Dr. Nandalal Weerasinghe says that the progress on getting an international bailout package depends on political stability in the country. Speaking to the BBC Sinhala Service, Dr. Weerasinghe stated that it is also impossible
The Governor of Sri Lanka’s Central Bank, Nandalal Weerasinghe, has warned that the country may shut down if no stable government is formed soon.The post Sri Lanka faces shutdown without stable Government – Central Bank Governor warns appeared first on ONLANKA News - Sri Lanka News - Sri Lanka News Live and Breaking News Today.
Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has left the Maldives on a Saudi airlines flight bound for Singapore, sources have told the BBC. The president had fled to the Maldives a day earlier amid mass protests over Sri Lanka’s economic crisis. It is not clear if Mr Rajapaksa will stay
BBC; Sri Lanka’s President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has left the country on a military jet, amid mass protests over its economic crisis, reported the BBC. The 73-year-old President arrived in the capital of the Maldives, Male, at around 03:00 local time (22:00 GMT). Rajapaksa’s departure
Sri Lanka speaker says he mistakenly told BBC that the president had left the country.