search search

Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister - News | Khaleej Times

Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister - News | Khaleej Times

Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister - News | Khaleej Times

Sep 14, 2022 at 15:55 PM

Share it on:

Facebook

On Monday, Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister Ali Sabry said that a constitutional amendment bill trimming presidential powers was expected to become a law in a ..

On Monday, Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister Ali Sabry said that a constitutional amendment bill trimming presidential powers was expected to become a law in a couple of weeks. @hindustani24 Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister - News | Khaleej Times - 1 Hindustani24.com

The bill is yet to be voted on in parliament. @hindustani24 Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister - News | Khaleej Times - 2 Hindustani24.com

It requires a two-third majority in the house to become a law. @hindustani24 Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister - News | Khaleej Times - 3 Hindustani24.com

Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister"The new amendment will reduce presidential powers and bring back participatory governance. @hindustani24 Sri Lanka: Bill to trim president's powers likely to become law soon, says minister - News | Khaleej Times - 4 Hindustani24.com

Sri Lanka is also in the process of drafting out a new anti-terror law that will be in line with international best practices," Sabry told reporters at the foreign ministry

Sri Lanka Foreign Minister meets with Russian ambassador, seeks to enhance relationsAustralia to work with India to provide fuel to Sri Lanka’s navy, airforce, says officialSri Lanka's forex crisis has 'improved': Central Bank GovernorMore news from Sri Lanka CrisisSri Lanka budget to bolster revenue and fight inflation as IMF talks progressTalks with creditors are expected to begin soonSri Lanka: President to cut spending in interim budgetSri Lanka President, IMF hold second round of talks for bailout packageSri Lanka hopes to reach initial agreement with IMF for help

Share it on:

Facebook

Comments

Please: Not to offend the writer, persons, or sacred things, or attack religions or the divine being, and to stay away from racial incitement and insults.