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The Sri Lankan president is reported to require the defence minister's resignation

359 people died and hundreds were injured in several explosions in the country on Sunday. Nearly 60 people have been arrested in the hunt for those who planned

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The Sri Lankan president is reported to require the defence minister's resignation

359 people died and hundreds were injured in several explosions in the country on Sunday. Nearly 60 people have been arrested in the hunt for those who planned and were behind the attacks against churches and hotels.

On Wednesday came data from Reuters: president Maithripala Sirisena claimed that the defence secretary Hemasiri Fernando and the country's chief of police Pujith Jayasundara to resign. The day before had Sirisena announced ommöbleringar in the country's defence and safety management.

between the country's president and prime minister have, according to the previous information contributed to terrorist attacks have not stopped. The secret service should have received detailed warnings that an attack was planned, but the government were not informed. The member of parliament and former minister of justice Wijedasa Rajapakshe has requested of the president that the detention of Fernando and Jayasundara.

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