Several more ministers take oath
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Another group of Parliamentarians were sworn in as Cabinet Ministers, State Ministers before President Maithripala Sirisena today (08) at the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo.
Susil Premajayantha: Minister of Public Administration, Home Affairs and Justice
Bandula Gunawardena: Minister of International Trade and Investment Promotion
S.M. Chandrasena: State Minister of Social Empowerment
Lakshman Wasantha Perera: State Minister of International Trade and Investment Promotion
Salinda Dissanayake: State Minister of Indigenous Medicine
C B Rathnayake: State Minister of Transport
Anura Priyadarshana Yapa: State Minister of Finance
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The president’s action is uncalled for.
Sri Lanka had gone through decades of turmoil and suffering. When peace was restored it was making progress towards recovery. When Rajapakse’s government was brought down the people rejoiced. He ruled the country with an iron fist but for his own benefit. He shattered the economy and ran the country as a buch of hooligans.
When Ranil and Sisena toppled him there was a ray of ligh across the tunnel.
Now the President has created ruckers by appointing the man he dethroned of all person on earth.
Hope in the end Ranil will emerge to give the people of Sri Lanka the peace and prosperity the country needs.
The rupee ended at 175.05/20 per dollar on Thursday, compared with the previous close of 174.80/175.10. The rupee has weakened more than 1% since the political crisis began on 26 October.
The rupee hit a record low of 175.65 per dollar on 1 November.
The New Rajapaksa illegal Government’s Economic Whizz, Bandula Gunawardane should tell us why the rupee is continuing in its downward slide.
The Shittyisena-Rajapaksa Government’s Economic Whizz, Hon Bandula Gunawardane has said that the FTA with Singapore, jointly drafted by the Samanela Kalliya (ex-Minister Malliki and the Singaporaen, Bondy Mahendran) will not be abrogated.
Will the GMOA go on an island-wide, indefinite strike?
We do not need Bandula at the helm of Economic Affairs. We need ‘Greek Bond Market’ specialist, Ajit Nivaard Cabraal at the helm.