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Thursday, October 02, 2014 - 06.23 GMT

A mechanism to be created to promote coexistence among communities


The government is taking measures to promote reconciliation and coexistence among communities as recommended by the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC).

Various Government institutions are implementing programs and projects based on the recommendations of the LLRC from national level to regional level and the government plans to create a mechanism to regulate these programs implemented with the objective of ensuring mutual friendship and trust among communities.

The Cabinet of ministers approved a proposal made by the President to form a cabinet sub-committee on Social Reconciliation and Coexistence among Communities.

The President will preside over the sub-committee which will comprise ministers to monitor and facilitate the implementation of the LLRC recommendations aimed at strengthening of coexistence among communities.

The Cabinet also approved forming a Committee of Officers comprising Ministry Secretaries to assist the sub-committee. Secretary to the President, who functions as the Chairman of the Committee which supervises the implementation of the recommendations of LLRC, will preside over the Committee of Officers.





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