OSINT Report: Sri Lanka No Confidence Motion: More at Stake than the Future of Coalition

The No Confidence Motion (NCM) against Sri Lanka Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is likely to come up for voting on 4 April. The vote will decide the future of a political experiment set into motion in 2014 in the wake of what was seen as the then authoritarian government led by Mahinda Rajapaksa. Internal rebellion in the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) conducted by the present President Maithiripala Sirisena led to the formation of a national government with the opposition United National Party (UNP). The coalition had significant success in the Presidential polls in 2015 followed by the parliamentary elections the same year but floundered in the most recent local government elections mainly due to frictions between the President and the Prime Minister. The opposition under the very watchful Rajapaksa has seized the opportunity and is now hoping to ground the UNP leader and thus the government. Yet there is far more at stake than the coalition, here is a review..........................

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