Consensus-based Policies for Sri Lanka through a constructive conflict resolution culture
The Sri Lanka One Text Initiative is dedicated “To generate inclusive discourse and knowledge on critical political and socio-economic development issues in a manner that ensures respect for diversity and pluralism in Sri Lanka” and modalities based on the ‘Shared Values’ to which we subscribe.
The political parties, political groups, civil society organizations and other stakeholders that are in partnership in the Sri Lanka One Text Initiative have adopted the following ‘Strategy’ for the purpose of fulfilling the said Mission of Sri Lanka One Text.
Engagement of Track 1.5 level all Sri Lanka’s main Political Stakeholder Groups connected to the Sri Lankan policy making process through the One-Text Initiative.
One Text intuitive is dedicated to promote and facilitate consensus-based policies in the political sphere, ensuring the representation of all political parties and groups, and resolving conflicts among such groups through dialogue, by nurturing an environment where no one is excluded or left behind, while respecting the political ideologies and positions and working for meeting common ground which all parties can accommodated to bring acceptable, viable, durable and sustainable peace and growth of the country.
This was due to the increase in the prices of items in both the food and non-food categories. Meanwhile, annual point inflation in the food category rose marginally to 10.3 percent in November 2020 from 10.0 percent in October 2020. Annual point inflation in the non-food category also rose marginally to 1.6 per cent in November 2020 from 1.3 per cent in October 2020.read more by - Dec - 01
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa‘s speech on 18th November 2019 at the Ruwanwelisaya Buddhist Temple in Anuradapura has sealed the fate of Tamils lock, stock and barrel without any room for reconciliation, accountability and justice, As he stated, he has reinforced his power and position as a President by his Sinhala Buddhist people to serve the interests of the Sinhala Buddhists as a Sinhala Buddhist President while deserting and allowing the Tamils and Muslims to live as citizens outside the mainsread more by - Dec - 01
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Diana Gamage and Aravinda Kumar, who voted in favor of the 20th Amendment and are currently attending government meetings, will be given state ministerial posts and two state ministers will be promoted to cabinet ministers. If so, it is a symbol of bribery or extortion in order to vote for the 20th Amendment.read more by - Nov - 30
If anything is desired about the resource strained budgets in Sri Lanka is prudence and direction. It is said that if you do not know where you are going, any road will take you there. This lack of direction is what Results-Based development Management (RBM)is supposed to avoid. It is about choosing a direction and destination first, deciding on the route and intermediary stops required to get there, checking progress against a map and making course adjustments as required in order to achieve thread more by - Nov - 28