Recommendations made by the Committee appointed by the Prime Minister on 20

A nine-member parliamentary delegation headed by Prof. GL Peiris, appointed by Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, to look into the 20th Amendment to the Constitution, which has been approved by the Cabinet, and to make new proposals and amendments. Has been made.

Non-abolition of the Audit Commission, allowing a dual citizen to become a Member of Parliament other than the President, having the opportunity for a citizen to file a fundamental rights petition against the President, maintaining the Cabinet Boundary, keeping the pledge to protect the Unity, up to 5 members of the Election Commission It is learned that there are recommendations to increase it and to audit the offices of the President and the Prime Minister.

The President has instructed the relevant committee that these recommendations should not be submitted to the Cabinet again and that they should be tabled in Parliamentary Committees on the 20th Amendment to the Constitution, sources said.