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Sri Lanka: Hardening Faultlines – Analysis

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 11 June 2019
By S. Binodkumar Singh*

On June 3, 2019, all nine Muslim Ministers and two Muslim Provincial Governors of Sri Lanka resigned, as the fragile Buddhist-majority country grappled with the communal backlash of the *Easter* *Sunday bombings* which killed as many as 253 people.

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