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|Title:||Mahinda Rajapaksa as a modern mahāvāsala and font of clemency? The roots of populist authoritarianism|
|Other Titles:||Mahinda Rajapaksa as a modern mahavasala and font of clemency? The roots of populist authoritarianism|
|Citation:||Reforming Sri Lankan presidentialism: provenance, problems and prospects, 2015 / Welikala, A. (ed./s), Ch.17, pp.642-655|
|Publisher:||Centre for Policy Alternatives|
|Description:||Entire work is available at http://srilankanpresidentialism.org/ Editor’s Note: This chapter is a reproduction of an article published by the author in 2012, at the height of the Rajapaksa regime. It is republished here without amendment except for minor formatting changes.|
|Rights:||Copyright © CPA and individual authors|
|Appears in Collections:||Anthropology & Development Studies publications|
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