US Urges Peaceful Transfer Of Power In Sri Lanka Amid Mass Protests

Published:Nov 25, 202311:56
US Urges Peaceful Transfer Of Power In Sri Lanka Amid Mass Protests

US Urges Peaceful Transfer Of Power In Sri Lanka Amid Mass Protests

In the meantime, Sri Lanka has imposed nationwide emergency amid nationwide anti-government protests.

Colombo: Amid the unrest in Sri Lanka, US Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Julie Chung has urged for the peaceable switch of energy inside the nation's constitutional framework and stated that the US condemns all violence and requires the rule of legislation to be upheld within the crisis-hit island nation. "We condemn all violence and call for the rule of law to be upheld," she stated in a tweet, stressing {that a} peaceable switch of energy inside SL's democratic and constitutional framework is crucial so the individuals's calls for for accountability, transparency, democratic governance and a greater future may be realized. Julie Chung additionally requested events to work collectively to deliver financial and political stability in Sri Lanka. "We urge all parties to approach this juncture with a commitment to the betterment of the nation and to work quickly to implement solutions that will bring long-term economic & political stability," she stated in a Tweet. President Gotabaya Rajapaksa who fled to Maldives on Wednesday adopted by an rebellion triggered as a result of financial collapse of the island nation, is now ready to journey additional to Singapore. Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, who's now an performing president, has declared a state of emergency within the nation and a curfew within the Western province had been imposed. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe additionally introduced to step down from his posts amid the continuing protests and disaster in Sri Lanka. The worsening financial scenario within the nation has led to rising tensions and over the previous few weeks as there have been experiences of a number of confrontations between people and members of the police pressure and the armed forces at gas stations the place hundreds of determined members of the general public have queued for hours and typically days. Sri Lanka is struggling its worst financial disaster since gaining independence in 1948, which comes on the heels of successive waves of COVID-19, threatening to undo years of improvement progress and severely undermining the nation's potential to attain the Sustainable Growth Objectives (SDGs). (Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)
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