- 1 How can the President of Sri Lanka be removed?
- 2 What is true about the system of executive presidency in Sri Lanka?
- 3 How is the President of Sri Lanka?
- 4 What is 20A amendment Sri Lanka?
- 5 Who is PM of Sri Lanka?
- 6 What is the religion of Sri Lanka?
- 7 What type of government did Sri Lanka Class 10 adopt?
- 8 What language is spoken in Sri Lanka?
- 9 What are the 15 fundamental rights?
- 10 What is the full name of Sri Lanka?
How can the President of Sri Lanka be removed?
Constitutional powers The president shall be responsible to Parliament, and can be impeached by a two-thirds majority in Parliament.
What is true about the system of executive presidency in Sri Lanka?
Sri Lanka is a semi-presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Sri Lanka is both head of state and head of government, and it relies on a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister and the Cabinet of Ministers.
How is the President of Sri Lanka?
Gotabaya Rajapaksa was elected as the 7th Executive President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka following the Presidential Election held on 16th November 2019.
What is 20A amendment Sri Lanka?
The 20th Amendment (20A) to the Constitution of Sri Lanka was passed by the 225-member Sri Lankan Parliament with 156 voting in favor, 65 against and four abstained on 22 October 2020. 20th amendment brought back most of the constitutional powers to the President which was previously abolished in the 19th amendment.
Who is PM of Sri Lanka?
When Ceylon became the Republic of Sri Lanka on 22 May 1972, Gopallawa became the first President. He stepped down from office in February 1978 when then Prime Minister Junius Richard Jayewardene became President following constitutional changes that effected the creation of an executive Presidency.
What is the religion of Sri Lanka?
Buddhism is the largest religion of Sri Lanka with 70.2% of the population practicing the religion; then, there are Hindus with 12.6%; Muslims with 9.7% and Christians with 7.4%. The census indicates that most Muslims are Sunni while the Christians are mainly Roman Catholic.
What type of government did Sri Lanka Class 10 adopt?
The Sri Lankan govt. adopted unitary govt. Basically they followed majoriatarionism where they used to dominate the Sri Lankan tamils and were in favour of the sinhalas.
What language is spoken in Sri Lanka?
Sinhalese language, also spelled Singhalese or Cingalese, also called Sinhala, Indo-Aryan language, one of the two official languages of Sri Lanka.
What are the 15 fundamental rights?
“The State shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India.” Article 15 secures the citizens from every sort of discrimination by the State, on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth or any of them.
What is the full name of Sri Lanka?
In 1972, the official name of the country was changed to ” Free, Sovereign and Independent Republic of Sri Lanka” (ශ්රී ලංකා śrī lankā in Sinhala (whereas the island itself is referred to as ලංකාව lankāva), இலங்கை ilaṅkai in Tamil). In 1978 it was changed to ” Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka “.