President of crisis-hit Sri Lanka confirms he will quit amid protests

-President of crisis-hit Sri Lanka confirms he will quit amid protests

Gotabaya Rajapaksa informs PM’s office of resignation intention as brother Basil is turned away at airport and opposition leader signals plan to run for president
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Prime minister as well as Rajapaksa will step down after months of protests culminated in attacks on their homes
-President of crisis-hit Sri Lanka confirms he will quit amid protests

Gotabaya Rajapaksa informs PM’s office of resignation intention as brother Basil is turned away at airport and opposition leader signals plan to run for president
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Sri Lankan opposition parties plan unity government after president quits
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Prime minister as well as Rajapaksa will step down after months of protests culminated in attacks on their homes
-President of crisis-hit Sri Lanka confirms he will quit amid protests

Gotabaya Rajapaksa informs PM’s office of resignation intention as brother Basil is turned away at airport and opposition leader signals plan to run for president
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Sri Lankan opposition parties plan unity government after president quits

Prime minister as well as Rajapaksa will step down after months of protests culminated in attacks on their homes
-President of crisis-hit Sri Lanka confirms he will quit amid protests

Gotabaya Rajapaksa informs PM’s office of resignation intention as brother Basil is turned away at airport and opposition leader signals plan to run for president
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Sri Lankan opposition parties plan unity government after president quits

Prime minister as well as Rajapaksa will step down after months of protests culminated in attacks on their homes
-President of crisis-hit Sri Lanka confirms he will quit amid protests

Gotabaya Rajapaksa informs PM’s office of resignation intention as brother Basil is turned away at airport and opposition leader signals plan to run for president
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Sri Lankan opposition parties plan unity government after president quits

Prime minister as well as Rajapaksa will step down after months of protests culminated in attacks on their homes
-President of crisis-hit Sri Lanka confirms he will quit amid protests

Gotabaya Rajapaksa informs PM’s office of resignation intention as brother Basil is turned away at airport and opposition leader signals plan to run for president
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Sri Lankan opposition parties plan unity government after president quits

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Prime minister as well as Rajapaksa will step down after months of protests culminated in attacks on their homes

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