New cabinet ministers of interim govt…

July 23, 2022  

 

The swearing-in of the new Cabinet of Ministers of the interim government under President Ranil Wickremesinghe took place at the Temple Trees on Friday (July 22).


1. PM Dinesh Gunawardena – Minister of Public Administration, Home Affairs, Provincial Councils & Local Government
2. Douglas Devananda – Minister of Fisheries
3. Susil Premajayantha – Minister of Education
4. Bandula Gunawardena – Minister of Transport, Highways & Media
5. Keheliya Rambukwella – Minister of Health & Water Supply
6. Mahinda Amaraweera – Minister of Agriculture, Wildlife & Forest Conservation
7. Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe – Minister of Justice, Prisons & Constitutional Reforms
8. Harin Fernando – Minister of Tourism & Lands
9. Ramesh Pathirana – Minister of Industries & Plantation Industries
10. Prasanna Ranatunga – Minister of Urban Development & Housing
11. Ali Sabry, PC – Minister of Foreign Affairs
12. Vidura Wickramanayake – Minister of Buddha Sasana, Religious & Cultural Affairs 
13. Kanchana Wijesekara – Minister of Power & Energy
14. Ahamed Nazeer – Minister of Environment
15. Roshan Ranasinghe – Minister of Sports, Youth Affairs & Irrigation
16. Manusha Nanayakkara – Minister of Labour & Foreign Employment
17. Tiran Alles – Minister of Public Security
18. Nalin Fernando – Minister of Trade, Commerce & Food Security

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