Online Submissions for Design of Reconciliation Mechanisms Now Live

Press Release-1

The Consultations Task Force on Reconciliation Mechanisms, appointed by the Prime Minister, has opened online submissions in order to seek the views of stakeholders, experts and the general public on the design of the reconciliation mechanisms.

The reconciliation mechanisms planned by the Government of Sri Lanka include an Office of Missing Persons; a Truth, Reconciliation, Justice and Non-Recurrence Commission, an accountability mechanism and an Office of Reparations.

The online submission questionnaire is now live on the tri-lingual website of the Secretariat for Coordinating Reconciliation Mechanisms, (www.scrm.gov.lk) In addition to the online submissions process, face-to-face consultations will take place in all districts of the Island via town-hall meetings, focus group discussions and structured interviews.


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Appointment of Secretary-General to the Secretariat for Coordinating Reconciliation Mechanisms

Mr. Mano Tittawella has been appointed as the Secretary-General of the Secretariat for Coordinating Reconciliation Mechanisms. Mr. Tittawella has a distinguished record of dynamic public and private sector leadership at the highest levels.

He was the Director-General of the Public Enterprise Reform Commission, the Chairman of the Strategic Enterprise Management Agency, the Chairman of the Task Force to Rebuild the Nation, the Director-General of the President’s Office and a Senior Presidential Advisor. He is also a Member of the Kadirgamar Institute’s Board of Management.

Mr. Tittawella is currently the Chairman and Managing Director of EAP Holdings, a leading conglomerate. He has also served as CEO of Lanka Securities and head of research at Jardine Fleming Securities Sri Lanka.

Mr. Tittawella possesses a MBA in Capital Markets & Finance from the University of Edinburgh. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK

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