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Public protest 2022 continues – thousands to swarm in streets against government

A number of anti-government protests are due to continue in many parts of the country today (04).

Islandwide curfew was imposed for two consecutive days in prevention of these anti-government protests, but people were seen taking to the streets avoiding the curfew, demonstrating their exhaustion against the regime.

In the midst of these growing public protests, the entire Cabinet of Ministers decided to step back, last night’s media reports claimed.

However, these protestors have been demanding from the beginning that it was President Gotabaya Rajapaksa himself who should resign. The demonstrations against the government intensified due to the non-application of any solid solution to the ongoing fuel shortages and power cuts, whilst making it clear that they do not agree with a caretaker government reinstating the corrupt ministers in the current regime either.

The protests, therefore, are likely to continue and grow, notably without any leadership of a political party.

MIAP

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