Sri Lanka parties scramble to form all party govt.
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Embattled Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has officially conveyed to Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe that he will resign on July 13 as previously announced, the Prime Minister’s office said on Monday, days after protesters barged into the leaders’ homes in rage over their mishandling of the country’s worst economic crisis.

Sri Lanka’s President Rajapaksa said he will resign on Wednesday after protesters on Saturday barged into his official residence, calling for him to step down over his handling of the country’s dire economic crisis.

Prime Minister Wickremesinghe also said he was willing to resign and make way for an all-party government to take over. Protesters breached his private residence and set it on fire, according to his office.

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