Gotabhaya's Cabinet sworn in

(Lanka-e-News -22.Nov.2019. 9.00PM) Gotabhaya Rajapaksa's cabinet was sworn in today. There were 16 members, including three Rajapaksa brothers, Gotabhaya Mahinda and Chamal. There is no Muslim representation. The new Cabinet Ministers as follows

1. Mahinda Rajapaksa Prime Minister - Finance, Economic and Policy Development, Buddha Sasana and Religious Affairs, Urban Development, Water Supply and Housing

2. Nimal Siripala de Silva - Minister of Justice, Human Rights and Law Reforms

3. Arumugam Thondaman - Minister of Community Empowerment and Estate Infrastructure Development

4. Dinesh Gunawardena - Minister of Foreign Relations, Skills Development, Employment and Labor Relations

5. Douglas Devananda - Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development

6. Pavithra Devi Wanniarachchi - Minister of Women and Child Affairs and Social Security, Health and Indigenous Medicine.

7. Bandula Gunawardena - Minister of Information and Communication Technology and Minister of Higher Education, Technology and Innovation

8. Janaka Bandara Tennakoon - Minister of Public Administration, Home Affairs, Provincial Councils, Local Government and Provincial Councils

9. Chamal Rajapaksa - Minister of Mahaweli, Agriculture, Irrigation and Rural Development, Internal Trade and Consumer Welfare

10. Dullas Alahapperuma - Minister of Education, Sports and Youth Affairs

11. Johnston Fernando - Minister of Roads and Highways, Ports and Shipping

12. Wimal Weerawansa - Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises, Enterprise and Supply Management

13. Mahinda Amaraweera - Minister of Passenger Transport Management and Minister of Power and Energy

14. S M Chandrasena - Minister of Environment and Wildlife Resources and Land and Land Development

15. Ramesh Pathirana - Minister of Plantation Industries and Export Agriculture

16. Prasanna Ranatunga - Minister of Industrial Export & Investment Promotion and Tourism and Aviation

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