Sri Lanka is witnessing massive protests by the citizens who are grappling with food and fuel shortage. The Rajapaksa government is in minority after several lawmakers have exited the coalition. The economic crisis in Sri Lanka is far from over. The island nation continues to face massive protests by the citizens grappling with fuel and food scarcity. The country is also facing a foreign currency shortage which has affected its capacity to import fuel and food. Amid the economic mess, political stalemate continues in the country with the ruling Rajapaksa government in minority after dozens of lawmakers exited the coalition.
Sri Lankan PM’s speech tonight, Prez Rajapaksa meets Sirisena