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'Whoever becomes president our struggle will continue' 1000 days of disappeared protest marked in Vavuniya

Families of disappeared in Vavuniya marked 1000 days of their roadside protest today, the day before Sri Lanka goes to the polls to vote in a new president.

The families slammed the main presidential candidates for ignoring their campaign and vowed to continue their struggle regardless of who was voted into power.

The 1000 day milestone will also be marked by protesters in other districts across the North-East in the coming days.

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