Power in Play is a serious matter anywhere in the world,but here in Sri Lanka it has been a great question? Here we will be discussing the power in play and how it will affect Sri Lankans and the Sri Lankan economy. Power in Play this time is a serious matter.
As we all know, there is a question of a powerful or at least a steady leadership in this country. which we lacked several times after independence, which lasted several years or several months. There will be a big vacuum in the void as we speak about this in the coming years. We never saw great leadership from the leader of the country or from the Aragalaya either.
This vacuum will be there for several years from now, more than the time it takes for several governments, and the people of Sri Lanka are likely to face a very bitter time in their lives. Until a stable leader or a leadership is available we will be revolving around the leaders who are present in finding the consinstent among inconsistants, which will reflect on our country’s economy. And it is certain that the Power in play for a period of time.
As we all know soon after the departure of the mighty legends of the criket team such as Snagakkara,Mahela and T.M. Dilshan we as a team faced several captains and several politics in the course of seven years untill we find the gem we have Dasun Shanaka who became the consistant we were talking above.This is a sample of inconsistant leadership in question , we went revolving around the players in finding a true leader – we lost our top ten rankings in all formats, had to play in the selection round of ICC tournaments to participate in them,player politics,Management politcs and finally strike untill we will the T20 under the captaincy of Shanaka.
Similar to that we will be facing a dreadful situation as a country and we will be facing a very challenging situation in the near future.The recent past Rajapakshas have been a somewhat powerful leaders in the 2o years.There was a similar economic crisis in 1972. Youth revolutionized both North and South. Many people will not agree if we say that there is a positive correlation between the arrival of many armed groups in the North in the late 70s and the economic situation that existed at that time. In the south there was JVP agitation at that time. It took ten years for the LTTE to consolidate power from all the armed groups. Having lost 10 years of their prime time, they had to struggle with age.
Finally, as we conclude Organizationally and politically unorganized, leaderless masses of people are dangerous. It sounds cliché at first. The collapse of any authority, any order, is initially clichéd. A clear vision of what’s next is needed. A determined leader is needed to revive the Sri Lankan economy, which is in dire straits.Keep in mind that the power in play is a serious matter this time.Power in Play!