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Nearly four decades after the passage of the Second Republican Constitution, broad consensus was reached within the nation to enact a constitution that reflects the present needs and aspirations of the people of Sri Lanka. The process of constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka can be broadly classified into three phases.

The first phase of the constitutional process began in January 2016 with the appointment of the Public Representations Committee for Constitutional Reforms (PRC) by the Cabinet of Ministers to seek the views of the people. 

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When politics meets the law…

Saman’s story Saman Gunasinghe was a nineteen year old Advanced Level student. He lived with...

රාජ්‍ය සේවයේ වගවීම – නියෝග ක්‍රියාත්මක කළ යුතුද? නැත්ද?

සෝමරත්නගේ දෙගිඩියාව සෝමරත්න මහතා රජයේ සේවකයෙකි. තරුණයෙකු ලෙස රජයේ සේවයට සම්බන්ධ වූ සෝමරත්නට අධ්‍යාපන අමාත්‍යාංශයේ...

Accountability in public service – to follow or not to follow orders?

Mr. Somaratne’s dilemma Mr. Somaratne is a government servant. He joined public service as a...

අයිතීන්හි ප්‍රායෝගික ක්‍රියාකාරීත්වය (Rights in action)

 කමලා මාතර ප්‍රදේශයේ ජීවත් වන තරුණ කාන්තාවකි. ළමා කාලයේ සිට වූ ආබාධිත තත්ත්වයක් හේතුවෙන් ඈට...

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Press release on behalf of the Steering Committee of the Constitutional Assembly

07 July 2017

Matter pertaining to the invitation of the Most Venerable Maha Nayaka Thero of the Asgiriya...

National Conference on Constitutional Reforms

28 June 2017
National Conference on Constitutional Reforms

The Constitutional Assembly Secretariat of Sri Lanka hosted a national conference on constitutional reforms on...

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