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After England left the country the enmity flared up because they left without any proper geographical division of country. Sri Lanka’s failure to embrace its multi-ethnic population after its independence from Britain was the main factor for decades of social turmoil and separatism that has torn the country apart. Ethnic-based marginalization of minority populations, which include the Tamils, Burghers, Moors... ... middle of paper ... ...f the Tamils finding a voice to fight on their behalf to lead them to freedom and independence, the LTTE ignited a civil war that was seen and recognized worldwide. The Tamil people still reside in Sri Lanka as a unified country but separated ethnically. Word Cited Bandarage, Asoka.
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