In order to protect the professional rights, economic and cultural rights of Sri Lankan artists, steps have been taken to prepare a new bill according to the advice of the Honorable Minister of Justice, Prison Affairs and Constitutional Reforms, Dr. Wijayadasa Rajapaksa. The rough draft prepared accordingly was handed over to the Minister of Justice this morning (20) at the Parliament complex.
The Minister of Justice gave instructions to the Secretary of the Ministry to arrange for the Bill to be forwarded to the Attorney General and the Draftsman as soon as possible and to take the necessary steps to present the Bill to the Parliament by May.

By securing the rights of the artists, it is expected to improve the professionalism of the artists and uplift their economic status, and it is expected that high-quality works of art will be created, and for this, the preparation of a new regulation system should be done urgently.

Under the initiative of Dr. Harsha B. Abeykoon, Media Advisor of the Ministry of Justice, the draft bill has been prepared by veteran artists, and artists have the ability to submit their proposals.

Discussions were held on several occasions to obtain opinions and suggestions from expert artists representing various art fields regarding the preparation of the new rough draft. Ministry of Justice Secretary Nihal Ranasinghe, Ministry of Justice Media Advisor Dr. Harsha B Abeykoon, veteran artists Saman de Silva, Rohan de Silva, Nadika Gunasekara, Manisha Shyamali, Douglas Siriwardena, Sudath Rohanana and many other artists attended the event.

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