National Medicines Regulatory Authority Bill passed
The National Medicine Regulatory Authority Bill which was tabled in Parliament on Tuesday has been passed with amendments in parliament.
Sixty eight parliamentarians voted in favour of the Bill while MP Ajith Perera voted against.
The Bill is expected to replace the Cosmetics, Devices and Drugs Act No. 27 of 1980 (CDDA).
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