What is the Proportion of Tamil in Sri Lanka’s total population?
Sri Lanka has a diverse population. The proportion of Tamil in Sri Lanka’s total population is 18 per cent. The proportion of people speaking Sinhala is 74 per cent. Among Tamils, there are 2 subgroups:
a) The Tamil natives of the country called the Sri Lankan Tamils.
b) The Indian Tamils whose ancestors came to Sri Lanka in search of work during the colonial period.
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Consider the following statements about power sharing arrangements in Belgium and Sri Lanka:
A) In Belgium, the Dutch-speaking majority people tried to impose them to impose their domination on the minority French-speaking community.
B) In Sri Lanka, the policies of the government sought to ensure the dominance of the Sinhala-speaking majority.
C) The Tamils in Sri Lanka demanded a federal arrangement of power sharing to protect their culture, language and equality of opportunity in education and jobs.
D) The transformation of Belgium from unitary government to a federal one prevented a possible division of the country on linguistic lines.
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