Maithripala Sirisena’s campaign website (which has been archived separately) was, after his election as President of Sri Lanka, transformed into his official website.
Download the complete archive (taken on 27 January 2015) here.
Mahinda Rajapaksa’s 2015 re-election campaign website (which was based on WordPress and commercially produced) was offline at the time of writing this post, re-affirming the value of the multiple versions archived over December 2014 and the first week of January 2015.
All the archives of the former President’s campaign website can be accessed here.
There are five archives from 9, 17 and 22 December 2014, 1 January 2015 and finally, on 10 January 2015.
Defence.lk was, under the Rajapaksa administration, a notorious website used to attack journalists and civil society activists. The content posted on the site, usually without attribution, frequently featured hate speech and content that targeted activists, independent journalists, websites, civil society institutions and NGOs under the guise of national security. Content on defence.lk was so bad, it even forced retrations and the deletion of content that offended India.
The current archive of defence.lk was taken on 26th January 2015. It is large, at nearly 2Gb. Download it here.
Namal Rajapaksa is the son of the former President Mahinda Rajapaksa. This archive of his official website was taken in January 2015.
Download it here.
Download the second archive, taken on 11 December 2017, here.
Momentum, or the Professionals for Sri Lanka website was an event that was a thinly veiled propaganda exercise for the re-election of Mahinda Rajapaksa in January 2015. The group, over Twitter, boasted at the time that they represented all corporates in the country. After the election on the 8th, they went completely silent.
Access the archive of their website here.