Updated Laws to match with changing world: Uni. community to adopt ’One Country, One Law’!!

Members of University and students have expressed their views before the Presidential Task Force on One Country, One Law and pointed out that the laws also need to be updated in accordance with the changing world, the President Media Division said.

The PMD said the university community  has shown a keen interest to express their views before the Presidential Task Force.

They pointed out the laws also need to be updated in accordance with the changing world, and said they expect that One Country, One Law Task Force would propose the mechanism that is needed in this regard.

The students pointed out that inadequate legal literacy was the issue in the journey towards “One Country, One Law” concept and requested it to be rectified through a national education policy.

Dr. Samath Dharmaratne, Director of the Post Graduate Institute of Medicine, University of Peradeniya, Senior Lecturer Gayathri Wijesundera, Faculty of Sociology, University of Ruhuna, Dr. J.M.S.B. Jayasundara, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Management Faculty, Rajarata University, Prof. M.A.M. Fowsar, Professor in Political Science Dept. of Political Science, South Eastern University, Senior Lecturer at the Wayamba University Asanka Pallegedara, Assistant Lecturer at the University of Vavuniya Gayan Bandara, Lecturer Salika Farooq, Dean of Law Faculty, University of Colombo, Sampath Punchihewa, Prof. Nirmal Dewasiri of University of Colombo, Prof. Sarveswaran, Senior Lecturer Haleem Ali Baker, Assistant Lecturer at the University of Jaffna Saranya Samithambi and Prof. H.M. Nawarathna Banda of University of Kelaniya expressed their views and some doctors, professors and students too have expressed their views using Zoom.

The Presidential Task Force for 'One Country, One Law' is listening to views and suggestions covering various provinces of Sri Lanka.

Furthermore, various organizations and their representatives who have contacted the Task Force and obtained time slots and visited the office at the BMICH to express their views, the PMD said.

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