Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa proposed a “short-term” solution to the country’s grave economic problems restoring a law that limits the President’s executive authority and empowers the Prime Minister and Parliament.
The move comes at a time when President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa are facing unprecedented popular outrage and condemnation, as evidenced by the country’s capital Colombo and nationwide citizen rallies. Demonstrators demand that the ruling brothers quit, accepting responsibility for the financial catastrophe that has resulted in a significant lack of essentials and a sharp price increase. While the President and Prime Minister were forced to resign as a result of the pressure earlier this month, they remain in office.
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