WE, THE FREELY ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PEOPLE OF SRI LANKA, in pursuance of such Mandate, humbly acknowledging our obligations to our People and gratefully remembering their heroic and unremitting struggle to regain and preserve their rights and privileges so that the Dignity and Freedom of the Individual may be assured, Just, Social, Economic and Cultural Order attained, the Unity of the Country restored and Concord established with other Nations, do hereby adopt and enact, this CONSTITUTION as the SUPREME LAW of the DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF SRI LANKA
Royal Charter of Justice of 1801 of King George the 3rd establishing the Supreme Courts of the Island of Sri Lanka DATE: 18th April 1801. (Repealed by Charter of 1833) GEORGE the […]
Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa welcomed the announcement made by Prime Minister Modi of India’s grant assistance of US$ 15 million for promotion of Buddhist ties between the two countries. The grant will assist in deepening people-to-people linkages between the two countries in the sphere of Buddhism including inter alia through construction/renovation of Buddhist monasteries, capacity development, cultural exchanges, archaeological cooperation, reciprocal exposition of The Buddha’s relics, strengthening engagement of Buddhist scholars and clergy etc.
UK Legislation 10 December 1947 The Ceylon Independence Act, 1947 (title changed after Act was passed) (11 Geo. VI, c. 7) An Act to make provision for, and in connexion with, the […]
Catholic Bishops’ Conference In Sri Lanka (Incorporation) Act (No. 17 of 1983) AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE IN SRI LANKA Short title 1. This Act may be cited as […]