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Minister ‘rebellion’ in Sri Lanka this time

This time, along with many leaders of his party, a member of the cabinet demanded the resignation of Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa. Media Minister Nalaka Godaheba on Saturday expressed support for the thousands of protesters gathered outside President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s office.

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The protest is being held demanding the king’s departure from family politics. In the face of demands, President Gotabaya has already removed his brothers Chamal and Basil, as well as nephew Namal, from the government.

In a statement on Facebook, Godaheba said, “We need to re-establish political stability in order to successfully resolve the economic crisis. “The whole cabinet, including the prime minister, needs to resign and an interim cabinet should be formed to win the confidence of all,” he said.

Former media minister Dulas Alahaperuma and several other senior leaders of the ruling party have also demanded the resignation of the prime minister.

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