Sri Lanka has appointed Tilak Marapana as its new overseas minister following the resignation of his predecessor, who was accused of getting hyperlinks to a businessman investigated for shady treasury bond transactions.
Marapana, who took his oath of workplace Tuesday, is a senior lawyer.
He’s the third overseas minister to be appointed by President Maithripala Sirisena since his election to workplace in 2015. The ministry’s position has been particularly essential with the duty of convincing the worldwide group that the Sri Lankan authorities is fulfilling its guarantees on the nation’s submit-struggle accountability and reconciliation.
Ravi Karunanayake resigned earlier this month after he was accused of occupying an condominium paid for by a businessman investigated for a treasury bond scandal.