Sri Lanka Has No History Of Changing Governments With Violence: PM Mahinda Rajapaksa's Son

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Governments in Sri Lanka have been elected through democratic means, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa's son and minister in the government, Namal Rajapaksa, told NDTV. "Sri Lanka has no history of changing governments with violence," Namal rajapaksa said. Thousands of people assemble near Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's residence last night to protest over the worsening economic crisis in the island nation. The office of the Sri Lankan President blamed an unidentified 'extremist' group for creating a violent situation during the protests.

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