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The International Cricket Council (ICC) suspended Sri Lanka in June 2021 after a new constitution was passed, which the ICC said would allow Sri Lanka to become a “state within a state”.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has suspended Sri Lanka from all international cricket competitions, saying that the country is now a “state within a state” following the passing of its new constitution.

In June 2021, President of Sri Lanka Maithripala Sirisena presented the new constitution to parliament and it was approved by 117 votes to six.

It allowed for a 13th amendment to be made to the Constitution of Sri Lanka, which gave more power and autonomy to minority ethnic Tamils in the north and east of the country.

It also included provisions for devolution of powers from central government to local authorities.