Colombo Telegraph

New Constitution: National & Public Security, Public Order And Police & Law Enforcement Sub-Committee Report – Full Texts In Three Languages

The Report of the sub-committee on Law and Order, Public Security, Emergency has been submitted to the Constitutional Assembly for its consideration with the other five sub-committees reports.

Sagala Ratnayaka – Minister of Law & Order

According to the Prime Minister’s office sources, six sub-committees were appointed by the Constitutional Assembly to make recommendations on the areas of Fundamental Rights, Judiciary, Finance, Law & Order, Public Service and Centre-Periphery Relations. The Reports have not, as yet, been considered by the Steering Committee. The Reports of the sub-committees are submitted for the consideration of the Constitutional Assembly.

“While there have been many similar recommendations in respect of several important areas, as is inevitable, the Reports of the sub-committees contain overlapping proposals as well as differing proposals on certain aspects. The Steering Committee will consider the sub-committee reports and the views expressed thereon, in preparing its Final Report.” the Prime Minister’s office sources said.

The sub-committee on Law and Order, Public Security, Emergency comprised of the following members of Parliament: Sagala Ratnayake (Chairman), W.D.J. Senewiratne, Palany Thigambaram, Ameer Ali Shihabdeen, Ajith Perera, Douglas Devananda, Anura Dissanayake, M.S. Thowfeek, Mavai S. Senathirajah, Namal Rajapaksa and Shehan Semasinghe.

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