|Leader||President Maithripala Sirisena|
|Population||20 905 000|
Officially, Sri Lanka is a secular state, however, its constitution puts Buddhism first and fosters Buddhism as state religion. This fact strengthens the Buddhist radicals’ power over religious minorities in the country, such as over the Christians. All Sinhalese are perceived to be Buddhist, thus both Tamil Christians and Sinhalese converts are treated as second-class citizens, looked at with suspicion and frequently slandered and attacked.
You can pray Amos 3:8
“The Sovereign Lord has spoken — so who can refuse to proclaim his message?”