Court issues order after 122 members of Sri Lanka’s parliament filed a legal action challenging Rajapaksa’s authority as PM.
Sri Lankan President Says He Won't Rename Wickremesinghe as Leader
Why Sri Lanka Risks Return to Violence
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Brawl in Parliament Shows Sri Lanka Descending Into Chaos
The motion challenged the appointment of Rajapaksa, as well as the country’s freshly appointed cabinet ministers, as illegal.
Supreme Court of Sri Lanka overturns sacking of Parliament by President Maithripala Sirisena.
Sri Lanka Unexpectedly Raises Interest Rates to Check Inflation
Wickremesinghe is mounting a legal challenge against President Sirisena’s decision to dissolve Sri Lanka’s parliament.
The 225-seat parliament will end at midnight Friday and a new one will meet Jan. 17 after a vote Jan. 5.
New government says speaker is partisan, rejects his claim.
Lawmaker Ranga Bandara has told Sri Lanka’s house speaker that he was offered money to help prop up the new government
The brother of Sri Lanka’s newly installed prime minister Mahinda Rajapaksa is mulling a presidential run.
Sri Lanka's New Foreign Minister Says He Won't `Tilt' to China
Holed Up in Colombo Mansion, Ousted Prime Minister Vows to Fight
Ousted Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe questions the legitimacy of the appointment of Mahinda Rajapaksa.
The speaker of Sri Lanka’s parliament warned his country could descend into political violence if legislature remains suspended.
Shifting Toward China, Island Nation's Political Crisis Deepens
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