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What is a Secular Sri Lanka?


A legal doctrine that separates Religion from The Republic of Sri Lanka, which allows maximum religious freedom for all communities of the nation.  

Why should we have a constitutional separation of religion?

To enhance religious freedom of our citizens, freedom from religion, prevent unacceptable influence on government by religious institutions by various religions.

Prevent tax payer resources going to religious activities, propaganda and ethnic and religious nationalistic movements that divide our communities.

Provide ethical and moral government that addresses the needs of all citizens regardless what religion they accept or reject.