STATE OF FAILURE?

Dr. Mohan Kumaratne

Poor leadership, nepotism and corruption are overwhelming

Q:As far as perceptions go, do you think Sri Lanka is capable of regaining its composure in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, what must the country do to achieve this?

A: Yes, provided that at least 70 percent of the population is vaccinated soon and other preventive measures – such as the isolation of cases, physical distancing, handwashing, masking and PCR testing – are taken.

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FAITH IN THE FUTURE

Imran Furkan

Sri Lankans have come far and will achieve immense success

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EMPOWER THE YOUTH

Riyaz Rauf

Sri Lanka must empower its youth by pursuing consistent policies

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