Sri Lanka's new draft Constitution could be introduced in Parliament before the following spending which would be declared by mid-November this year, Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera has said while trusting that it will commend the nation's differences.
"We would like to have the capacity to present that [Constitution] in parliament before the following spending plan," Mr. Samaraweera said while tending to a social affair in Point Pedro in the northern area on Sunday.
The 2017 government spending plan is relied upon to be displayed in Parliament mid-November.
It was imperative to perceive the religious differing qualities in Sri Lanka in figuring the new Constitution, Mr. Samaraweera said.
"We have been caught up with making or setting an establishment for another Sri Lanka. In view of the three mainstays of democratization, compromise and advancement," the Minister said.
The way toward settling the new Constitution is in progress and it will ideally praise the differing qualities of the nation, he said.
Mr. Samaraweera said, the time has come to deal with the way that Sri Lanka is a multi-racial, multi-religious, multi-lingual nation.
The Maithripala Sirisena government has set during the time spent making another Constitution since January this year.
A 21-part directing board of trustees comprising of parliamentarians from over all political gatherings has been set up.
The point is to supplant the current 1978 constitution. In the new Constitution, the Prime Minister will hold the incomparable official force.