Ravi and Mangala given key institutions by the President

Foreign Minister Ravi Karunanayake and Finance and Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera were given key Government institutions, as per an Extraordinary Gazette notice issued today.

The Extraordinary Gazette signed by President Maithripala Sirisena allocates the Government institutions which will operate under the new cabinet Ministers appointed recently.

Accordingly, the new Foreign Minister has been given Diplomatic Missions Abroad, the Lakshman Kadirgamar
Institute for International Relations and Strategic Studies, National Oceanic Affairs Committee Secretariat, the National Lotteries Board and the Development Lotteries Board.

The new Finance and Media Minister has been allocated 33 institutions including the General Treasury, Department of Fiscal Policy, Department of National Budget, Department of Public Enterprises, Department of Public Finance, Department of Treasury Operations, Department of Public Accounts, Department of Trade & Investment Policy, Department of Development Finance, Department of Information Technology Management, Department of Legal Affairs, Department of Inland Revenue, Department of Valuation, Department of Management Services, Sri Lanka Customs, Department of Excise, Insurance Board of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Accounting and Auditing Standards Monitoring Board, Public Service Mutual Provident Association, Lady Lochore Fund, Tax Appeals Commission, Sri Lanka Export Credit Insurance Corporation, Department of Information, Sri Lanka Press Council, Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation, Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation, Independent Television Network, Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd., Lanka Puwath Ltd., Selacine Rupavahini Institute, Creative Helanka Ltd., Sri Lanka Television Training Institute and the Mahinda Rajapaksa National Tele-cinema Park (Ranmihithenna).

Meanwhile, the Minister of Development Assignment has been given the Department of Project Management and Monitoring, Employees’ Trust Fund and Academy of Financial Studies (Miloda).

The Minister of Lands and Parliamentary Reforms has been given the Department of Land Commissioner General, Land Reform Commission, Department of Land Settlement, Department of Surveyor General, Institute of Surveying and Mapping, Land Survey Council, Department of Land Use Policy Planning and Kantalai Sugar Company. (Colombo Gazette)

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7 COMMENTS

  1. No policy towards long term goals to achieve in the country. Anyway, there are no long term goals either so how could we see a policy emerging?
    Just survival in the jobs from top to down. More floods and more droughts and similar problems both manmade and natural as a result of all these irrational things in the government.
    How can we expect knowledge from a Grama Sevaka Niladhari to manage big things in the country?

  2. Ranil looking for scape goats once again.
    Maithree attempting cling onto power.

    To hell with the country and economics.Just rule and enjoy the perks.
    Run down the country. Who cares.

    • MS of President has mess up whole thing by given lotteries Board to MOF is wrong person and wrong decision.
      While that the guy of Managala Saamraweers is Fashion designer has no knowledge of Policies of Planning of Monetary, Fiscal and Financial stagiest at all .
      How are their going to run economy of our nations challenging issues .by no-knowledge ?….

      The MS ,UNP -Ranil W… and CBK want to ruin country an Economy and destroy the whole prevailing whole system of democracy?

  3. A clear example of Sri Lanka heading towards a Banana Republic. Time for the people to stand up and protest.

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