ocratic, 8.3%Human Development Index (HDI) with 0.757 points, rank

ocratic, socialist republic and a unitary state which is governed by a semi-presidential system, with a mixture of a presidential system and a parliamentary system. The President Maithripala Sirisena, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri LankaIt constitutes a parliamentary system governed under the Constitution of SriLanka. Most provisions of the Constitution of SriLanka can be amended by a two-thirds majority.Here is a concern that too much power is centred among few individuals in the present governing regime The Major political parties are as-United People Freedom Alliance, Janatha Vimukti Peramuna, United National Party, Sri-lanka Freedom Party.Economic FactorsSriLanka is recognized as a fast growing middle income country. According to the International Monetary Fund, SriLanka has a yearly gross domestic output of US $64 billion  SriLanka became a plantation economy, famous for its production and export of cinnamon, rubber and Ceylon tea, which remains a trademark national export.The free market economy was introduced to the country, incorporating privatization, deregulation and the promotion of private enterprise. The nation has moved steadily towards an industrialized economy with the development of food processing, textiles, telecommunications and finance.The facts are as-GDP growth of 8.3%Human Development Index (HDI) with 0.757 points, rank 73Currency- Sri Lankan rupeePopulation: 21.1 million (2017)GDP (PPP): $223.0 billion                     $5.2% growth                    $6.1% 5-year compound annual growth                    $10,566 per capitaUnemployment: 4.7%Inflation (CPI): 0.9%FDI Inflow: $681.2 million                                                                                                               Sri- Lanka- National SymbolSocial FactorsLife expectancy at birth is currently 75 years.A high literacy rate of 92.5% has helped the nation to build a skilled labour market. Low mortality rate of 20.80 and the steadily declining population growth of below 1%;Sri-lanka is divided into various classes which include-Upper class- industrialists, businessmen, senior executives and serving government ministersUpper middle class- Educated professionals who generally come from educated backgrounds, having been educated at public or private schools and local or foreign universities.The Middle class- Include government workers such as university lecturers, teachers, government department workers. The lower middle class- People in blue-collar jobs living in less prosperous suburbs. The poor- These people would typically be on low incomes and dependent on state benefits. The composition of religion in Sri-Lanka is as under-