Sri Lanka is rated Partly Free in Freedom in the World, Freedom Houses annual study of political rights and civil liberties worldwide.
Did Sri Lanka have freedom?
Independence was finally granted in 1948 but the country remained a Dominion of the British Empire until 1972. In 1972 Sri Lanka assumed the status of a Republic. A constitution was introduced in 1978 which made the Executive President the head of state.
Is Sri Lankan passport powerful?
According to the Henley Passport Index, the Sri Lankan passport is currently the 99th most powerful in the world, ranked in terms of travel freedom. Passport holders from Sri Lanka can visit currently visit over 30 countries around the world without a visa or with a visa on arrival option.
Where can I go with a Sri Lankan passport?
37 Visa-Free Countries for Sri Lankan PassportsBahamas - No visa required for first 3 months. Barbados - No visa required for first 6 months.Bolivia - Visa on arrival for 90 days. Burundi - Visa on arrival for 90 days.Cape Verde - Visa on arrival.Comoros - Visa on arrival.Djibouti - Visa on arrival.More items
How many countries can Sri Lankan passport enter without visa?
39 destinations Altogether, Sri Lanka passport holders can enter a total of 39 destinations—either without a visa, through a visa on arrival, or via an eTA.
Does Sri Lanka allow multiple citizenship?
A person whose citizenship of Sri Lanka has ceased under Sections 19, 20 or 21 of the Citizenship Act No. 18 of 1948 or a person whose citizenship of Sri Lanka is likely to cease, is eligible for Dual Citizenship of Sri Lanka.
How much does a bottle of water cost in Sri Lanka?
A single person estimated monthly costs are 370$ (73,784Rs) without rent .Cost of Living in Sri Lanka.RestaurantsEditWater (1.5 liter bottle)83.12RsBottle of Wine (Mid-Range)2,000.00RsDomestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle)313.08RsImported Beer (12 oz small bottle)472.75Rs62 more rows
Which countries are visa free?
List of Countries where Visa is not Required for Indian CitizensBhutanNepalSaint Kitts and NevisGrenada (for up to 90 days)Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (for up to 30 days)Montserrat (for up to 180 days)Turks and Caicos (for up to 90 days)El SalvadorMacau6 more rows