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Presidents appoints 12 new High Court Judges

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President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa today handed over letters of appointment to 12 new High Court Judges at the Presidential Secretariat.

The new High Court Judges received letters of appointment were;

01- N.K.D.K.I. Nanayakkara - District Judge

02- R.L. Godawela - District Judge

03- V. Ramakamalan - District Judge

04- U.R.V.B Ranatunga - District Judge

05- S.H.M.N. Lakmali - Additional District Judge

06- D.G.N.R Premaratne - District Judge

07- W.D. . Wimalasiri - Additional District Judge

08- M.M.M. Mihal - Chief Magistrate

09- Mahee Wijeweera - District Judge

10- I.P.D. Liyanage - Additional District Judge

11- J. Trotsky - District Judge

12- N.A. Suwandurugoda - Senior State Counsel

  Comments - 8

  • Em Wednesday, 10 February 2021 02:39 PM

    Your friends??

    Junaid Ariff Wednesday, 10 February 2021 03:07 PM

    Paving the way for a dictatorship.

    RoaringCreek Wednesday, 10 February 2021 04:49 PM

    I usually use the "Kangaroo" taxi service.

    Samson Wednesday, 10 February 2021 05:13 PM

    Pending cases can be expedited now. Thanks HE.

    FF Wednesday, 10 February 2021 05:43 PM

    IS THIS TO SPEED UP CASES. THEN POSTPONEMENT OF CASES SHOULD BE RESTRICTED

    Buddhist Wednesday, 10 February 2021 06:37 PM

    Very sad, these appointments do not reflect the ethnic mix of the country. How credible will the Judiciary be?

    Stingray Thursday, 11 February 2021 07:03 AM

    All 'yes' men?

    Kadiya Thursday, 11 February 2021 07:04 AM

    What, no army retirees?


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