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Johnston Fernando

Johnston Fernando
Project Minister of Youth Affairs & Sports
In office
Minister of Co-operatives & Internal Trade
Assumed office
Member of the Sri Lanka Parliament
for Kurunegala District
Assumed office
Personal details
Born (1964-12-05) December 5, 1964
Nationality Sri Lankan
Political party United National Party (Democratic)
Other political
United People's Freedom Alliance
Residence 61 Wilgoda Road, Kurunegala
Alma mater St.Anne's College, Kurunegala
Religion Roman Catholic

Johnston Xavier Fernando is a Sri Lankan politician, current Cabinet Minister of Co-operatives & Internal Trade and a member of the Parliament of Sri Lanka.


• 1991 - Councilor in Kurunegala Municipal Council (6936 Votes - 1st Place)

• 1993 - Minister of Health Ministry and Member of Wayamba Provincial Council

• 1994 - Candidate for the Parliament Election (40794 Votes)

• 1999 - Member of Wayamba Provincial Council (50489 Votes - 2nd Place)

• 2000 - Member of Parliament (94385 Votes - 2nd Place in Kurunegala District)

• 2001 - Minister of Spots and Youth Affairs Ministry (114845 Votes - 2nd Place in Kurunegal District)

• 2004 - Member of Parliament (112601 Votes - 2nd Place in Kurunegal District)

• 2009 - Minister of lands, land development and Armed Forces welfare

See also


  • "JOHNSTON FERNANDO". Directory of Members.  

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