Sisira Jayakody

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Sisira Jayakody
Member of the Sri Lankan Parliament
for Gampaha District
Assumed office
Personal details
Nationality Sri Lankan
Political party Sri Lanka Freedom Party
Other political
United People's Freedom Alliance
Alma mater Nalanda College, Colombo
University of Colombo
Occupation Attorney at law

Sisira Jayakody MP is a politician and member of the 15th Parliament of Sri Lanka representing Gampaha. Sisira was former Western Province Provincial councillor in Sri Lanka. He belongs to the United People's Freedom Alliance.[1]

Early childhood & education[edit]

Sisira who was educated at Nalanda College, Colombo and graduated with a Law Degree from the Law Faculty of University of Colombo passing out as an Attorney at law.[2][3]

Politics and career[edit]

After graduating from University, Sisira started his career as a lecturer of Advanced Level Logic subject.[citation needed]

He first entered politics in 1996 at the local government election, contesting for the Kelaniya Pradeshiya Sabha from People’s United Party, under the leadership of Minister Dinesh Gunawardena and was elected as the only winner from the party.[citation needed]

In 2004 Provincial Council Elections Sisira gained 23,859 was elected as Member of the Western Provincial Council. Again in 2009 Provincial Council Election he won 49,975 preference votes and elected. He was also the former Chief Whip of the Western Provincial Council.

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