Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs (Sri Lanka)
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|Jurisdiction||Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka|
The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs was a Sri Lankan government ministry responsible for providing support to Members of the Sri Lankan Parliament, through the provision of office space and equipment, personal staff, salary and insurance services and training to MPs. The duties of the ministry were merged with those of the Ministry of Lands and Parliamentary Reforms in May 2017, essentially resulting in the dissolution of the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs.
List of ministers
|Minister of Parliamentary Affairs of Sri Lanka|
|Inaugural holder||Dr. Wimal Wickramasinghe|
|Formation||7 April 1993|
|Final holder||Gayantha Karunathilaka|
|Abolished||26 May 2017 (merged)|
The Minister of Parliamentary Affairs was an appointment in the Cabinet of Sri Lanka.
|Wimal Wickramasinghe||Minister of Environment & Parliamentary Affairs||7 April 1993 - 16 August 1994||Ranasinghe Premadasa,|
Dingiri Banda Wijetunga
|Ratnasiri Wickremanayake||Minister of Public Administration, Plantation Industries & Parliamentary Affairs||27 August 1994 - 9 June 1997||Chandrika Kumaratunga|
|Jeyaraj Fernandopulle||Minister of Plan Implementation & Parliamentary Affairs||9 July 1997 - 10 October 2000|
|S. B. Dissanayake||Minister of Samurdhi, Rural Development, Up country Development & Parliamentary Affairs||19 October 2000 - 13 September 2001|
|Maithripala Sirisena||Minister of Mahaweli Development & Parliamentary Affairs||14 September 2001 - 7 December 2001|
|A. H. M. Azwer||Minister of Parliamentary Affairs||12 December 2001 - 7 February 2004|
|Milroy Fernando||Minister of Christian & Parliamentary Affairs||24 April 2004 - 18 July 2005|
|Wiswa Warnapala||Minister of Parliamentary Affairs||2 August 2005 - 1 March 2007||Mahinda Rajapaksa|
|M. H. Mohamed||Minister of Parliamentary Affairs||2 March 2007 - 2010|
|Sumedha G. Jayasena||Sri Lanka Freedom Party||23 April 2010 - 8 January 2015|
|Gayantha Karunathilaka||United National Party||9 January 2015 - Present||Maithripala Sirisena|
- "Our Services". Minparliament.gov.lk. Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs of Sri Lanka. Retrieved 8 September 2017.