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2016-04-26T14:59:50+05:30
1. In 1956, an Act was passed under which English was replaced as the country’s official language not by Sinhala and Tamil but by Sinhala only.
2. The governments followed preferential policies that favored Sinhala applicants for university positions and government jobs.
3. A new constitution was stipulated that the state shall protect and foster Buddhism.
4. Denial of citizenship to estate Tamils.
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