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Sri Lankan presidential election

2019-11-17T08:19:37.612Z

In the presidential election in Sri Lanka on the 16th, the younger brother of the former president who lost his power four years ago defeated the candidate of the coalition party and won.



Sri Lanka presidential election The younger brother of the former middle school president wins surely on November 17 at 17:18

In the Sri Lankan presidential election, which was voted on the 16th, it was ensured that the brother of the former president who lost his power four years ago broke the candidate of the coalition ruling party and won. The former president's foreign policy, which strengthened relations with China, could be reinstated, and is likely to affect the security of Asia, including India and Japan.

Sri Lanka's presidential election, which was voted on the 16th, was the son of a president who was assassinated during the civil war, a candidate for the coalition ruling party, Sagit Premadasa, and a younger brother of the former president of Mahinda Rajapaksa. There was a de facto battle between Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

Although there is no official announcement from the Election Commission yet, Mr. Premadasa confirmed the defeat and the victory of Mr. Gotabaya was assured.

However, in response to the simultaneous bombing terrorist incident that took place in April, there is a growing demand for strengthening countermeasures against terrorism among the public. .

His older brother, Rajapaksa, received a strong repulsion from the public as a monopoly of power in his family during his tenure, and lost his power in the presidential election four years ago. Will have.

The former president strengthened relations with China by attracting large-scale port facilities, but Mr. Gotabaya may also revive this foreign policy, and the policy change of Sri Lanka, which is located at the center of maritime traffic, It seems to affect the security of Asia, including India and Japan.

Source: nhk

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