Decisions Leading To Economic Bankruptcy: Supreme Court To Hear FR Against Mahinda and Basil on July 05

In a major development, the Supreme Court has announced that it will hear a fundamental rights petition filed against former finance ministers Mahinda Rajapaksa, Basil Rajapaksa, and others on July 5th.

The petition has been filed with the aim of investigating those who may be responsible for the current economic crisis in the country.

The petition was brought before a five-member bench of the Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice Jayantha Jayasuriya, on May 8th. The petitioner has requested the court to order an investigation into the actions of the former finance ministers and others who may be responsible for the country's current economic crisis.

The case has attracted widespread attention as the Sri Lankan economy has been in turmoil in recent years, with the country facing rising inflation, a depreciating currency, and mounting debt. The petitioners believe that the former finance ministers may have played a role in exacerbating these issues and that a thorough investigation is necessary to identify those responsible for the economic crisis.

The hearing, scheduled for July 5th, is expected to be closely watched by the public, with many hoping that it will shed light on the factors contributing to the current economic situation in the country. The decision of the Supreme Court will be eagerly awaited by all concerned parties, and it could have significant implications for the country's future economic policies.