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Cabinet Decisions

Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Sri Lanka (Incorporation) Bill

The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Sri Lanka was established in 1987 under the Ceylon Shipping Corporation with the patronage of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers of England.

The Institute is composed of Fellow Members and Associate Members and the main objective of the Institute is to confirm and enhance the professional competence of the Shipbrokers.

Providing opportunities to promote the professional training skills of the members in the field through educational programmes, conferences and workshops and to provide training opportunities for the youth community interested in the field are also among the objectives of the Institute.

Member of Parliament for Matara District Buddhika Pathirana has submitted a personal proposal to Parliament to establish this institution through an Act of Parliament in order to perform its activities more formally and effectively, and the Attorney General's Clearance has been received for the Bill prepared.

Accordingly, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the proposal presented by the Minister of Ports, Shipping and Civil Aviation to submit a report to Parliament recommending the said Bill in accordance with the provisions of Standing Orders 52(6) of Parliament.


Submission of Regulations issued under the Imports & Exports (Control) Act NO.1

The proposal presented by the President in his capacity as the Minister of Finance, Economic Stability and National Policies to present “Imports & Exports (Control) Regulations No. 21 of 2022” and “Import control regulations for payment Terms No 22 of 2022” issued under the Imports and Exports (Control) Act No.1 of 1969 for Parliamentary approval was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers.


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