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The Sri Lankan Prime Minister’s Office confirmed in August that Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa had informed Prime Minister Ranavi Karim Singhi that he would resign from his post.

The Prime Minister’s Office issued a statement after thousands of protesters entered the Prime Minister’s and President’s residences.


The president’s office said that the country’s economic crisis will worsen and he will resign. President Rajapaksa has no funds to speak directly to the government and administration

Prime Minister Wickremesinghe said he would resign himself to hand over power to a multi-party interim government.

food in the country Lack of medicine and fuel and the development of Sri Lanka in recent years has bankrupted the economy and the grassroots have become difficult to eat.

Sri Lanka, a South Asian country, suffered its worst crisis since gaining independence from the British and, late last year, faced a shortage of foreign currency, food, and supplies. Millions of individuals who are no longer able to import essential goods such as fuel and medicine are facing enormous difficulties.

Leaders of the protest movement said they would continue to occupy their homes until the president and prime minister resign

In the Sri Lankan city of Colombo these days, it is calm and peaceful.

“We are not going anywhere until the current president steps down and a government that is accepted by the people emerges,” said 31-year-old Jude Hansana, who has been participating in protests outside the presidential palace since April.

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