Massive crowd gather to bring back ex-President
(NIDAHASA News) Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa says his defeat at last presidential election was a conspiracy.
(NIDAHASA News) Sri Lanka's new government presented an interim budget with sweeping relief for poor they promised in election manifesto. Supersized taxes on Casinos and large corporations expected to cover the cost of unprecedented generous budget giveaways; a Robin-hood style take, according to local media, by a government led by a Prime accused by opposition for neo liberalist policies in his last administration.
(NIDAHASA News) Pope Francis, ending his Sri Lanka visit on Thursday (15), said it would not be easy to overcome the "bitter legacy" of injustice and hostilities in the island nation. In fact, for the newly elected President who promised a "compassionate rule" with justice and harmony restored, the task seems to be more challenging than winning the election, beating Rajapaksa in a highly unfair race.
(NIDAHASA News) While Sri Lanka's newly elected president Maithirpla Sirisena calls for a all party government, former president Mahinda Rajapaksa tries to regain the power in his Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP), likely with the intention of toppling new interim government which promised to carryout massive reformations within hundred days.