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Lanka’s 20A proposal opposed

Sri Lankan government’s proposed 20th Amendment to the Constitution that aims to bolster the powers of the president.

Colombo, October 17

Three politically influential Buddhist monks have joined the voices opposing the Sri Lankan government’s proposed 20th Amendment to the Constitution that aims to bolster the powers of the president, demanding that 20A must be amended to retain the checks and balances of the presidency.

They said that the 20A must be amended so as to retain the checks and balances of the presidency. — PTI

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