Sri Lanka PM sees threat to democracy again


Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe says politics in a country should be based on law and democracy. However, certain political leaders have acted contravening the law, democracy and traditions, the Prime Minister pointed out addressing a public rally in Kantale. The Premier said the country should be governed according to the Constitution through the independent judiciary established. "There was time that there was no law in the country, the courts of the judiciary were undermined. These institutions were politicized," he said. He said the 19th Amendment was created with the aim of eliminating these practices and they expected with the enactment of 19th Amendment the lawless practices would end. But now he said he sees a great danger to the democracy. The Premier added that those who tried to destroy democracy in the past are now trying again to attack. They were encouraged by the results of the local government elections.................

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