Sri Lankan opposition uses weak economy as political weapon

Sri Lanka has entered a period where it needs to find cash to pay back debts as the government tries to maintain confidence in the economy.

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    An opposition movement in Sri Lanka is using the country's economic issues as a political weapon against the governing party.

    The government is struggling to deal with a mountain of debt inherited from the previous administration.

     

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Colombo, Sri Lanka.


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