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* COPE to discuss the importation and use of plastic on March 09
Thu, Mar 4, 2021, 09:52 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Mar 04, Colombo: The Environmental Audit Report on the Plastic Importing, Management of usage, and post usage in Sri Lanka has been scheduled to be discussed at the Committee on Public Enterprises on the 09th of March 2021.

The COPE Committee chaired by Member of Parliament Prof. Charitha Herath has summoned 08 state institutions to the committee in the months of March and April.

Lanka Mineral Sands Company is scheduled to present itself before the COPE Committee on March 23rd and the Performance Report on Evaluation the Performance on the Process of Establishment of New Export Processing Zones is to be summoned on March 24th.

The postgraduate institute of science of the University of Peradeniya is scheduled to be summoned on March 26th.

The Geological Survey and Mines Bureau has been summoned to the COPE Committee on April 06 th and the Land Reform Commission has been summoned on April 07th.

On April 20th the COPE Committee will inquire into past irregularities of the Sri Lanka National Film Corporation.

In addition, the People’s Bank and the Development Lotteries Board will be summoned before the COPE on April 21st and 23rd respectively.


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