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Sri Lanka Govt unveils National Policy Framework with 10 priority areas; Democracy, Reconciliation and HR is missing

This National Policy Framework (NPF) of the government constitutes of 10 key policies aimed at achieving the fourfold outcome of a productive citizenry, a contented family, a disciplined and just society and a prosperous nation. There is no mention of strengthening democratic governance, reconciliation  or human rights in the 10 point programme.

Bring to justice the Central Bank Bond scam and 20 major financial crimes are listed under the  policy of efficient Country Free from Corruption .

Ten key policies, giving due consideration to socio, economic, environmental and political aspects are;

Key Policies
 Priority to National Security
 Friendly, Non-aligned, Foreign Policy
 An Administration free from corruption
 New Constitution that fulfills the People‟s wishes
 Productive Citizenry and a vibrant Human resource
 People Centric Economic Development
 Technology Based Society
 Development of Physical Resources
 Sustainable Environmental Management
 Disciplined, Law Abiding and values based society
The National Policy Fretwork has also given first priority for ensuring the National Security. It clearly spelt out that that new methodologies be adopted to safeguard the national security without compromising the democratic space available to our people.


1.The 10 Key Policies
2. An efficient Country Free from Corruption 3
3. A Safe and a Secure Country for all 7
4. A Productive Citizen and a Happy Family 13
5. People-Centric Economy 23
6. A Technology Based Society 43
7. New Approach in National Spatial System 45
8. Sustainable Environmental Policy 57
9. A Righteous Disciplined and Law Abiding Society 61
10. Dialogue with the Village

Read the full policy statement as a PDF National Policy Frame work 2019 Dec English



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