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2017-09-25

Chairman of the Public Representations Committee on Constitutional Reform Lal Wijenayake says no party can criticise the new Constitution as all parties representing Parliament are involved in the interim committee to formulate a new Constitution.

Speaking at a program held in Kandy, Lal Wijenayake said a 21 member Steering Committee lead by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was appointed.

Lal Wijenayake said MPs Bandula Gunawardena, Dinesh Gunawardena and Prasanna Ranatunga represent the Joint Opposition while MPs R Sampanthan and MA Sumanthiran represent the Tamil National Alliance in the Steering Committee.

The Chairman of the Public Representations Committee on Constitutional Reform said MP Bandula Gunawardena was appointed as the Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Constituent Interim Committee adding that all political parties representing Parliament have been included in the process to formulate a new Constitution.