International Political News Telugu

Ranil Wickremesinghe refuses to step down as Sri Lankan Prime Minister

Sri Lanka’s president issued a formal notice for Ranil Wickremesinghe to step down as prime minister and recognise his shock dismissal, in an unfolding constitutional crisis. Hours after sacking his former ally, President Maithripala Sirisena issued gazettes formalising the dramatic move and the installation of one-time strongman president Mahinda Rajapakse as the new prime minister.

However, Wickremesinghe continued to occupy Temple Trees, the official residence of the prime minister and insisted in a letter to Sirisena that he was still in office. He has said that he can be removed only by parliament where his party enjoys a majority, and also vowed to seek legal action against what he condemned as an unconstitutional move against him.

Related posts

Government rejects World Bank report that ranks India 115 in human capital


Sports Quota Medical Seats Scam, victim approaches anti-corruption bureau

Ashok prasad

Pawan Kalyan Meeting in Vizag


Leave a Comment