Nine Cabinet Ministers and a State Minister take oaths at the Presidential Secretariat

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Nine Cabinet Ministers and a State Minister took oaths today in their new portfolios before President Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat.

Mangala Samaraweera- Minister of Finance & Mass Media
Ravi Karunanayake – Minister of Foreign Affairs
SB Dissanayake – Minister of Social Empowerment, Welfare & Kandyan Heritage
WDJ Seneviratne – Minister of Labour, Trade Union Relations & Sabaragamu Development
Mahinda Samarasinghe – Minister of Ports & Shipping
Gayantha Karunatilake – Minister of Lands & Parliamentary Reforms
Arjuna Ranatunga – Minister of Petroleum Resources Development
Chandima Weerakkody – Minister of Skills Development & Vocational Training
Thilak Marapana – Minister of Development Assignments

State Minister
Mahinda Amaraweera – State Minister of Mahaweli Development

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