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Sagala Ratnayaka

The Honourable
Sagala Ratnayaka
Member of the Sri Lankan Parliament
for Matara District
Former Deputy Minister of Power, Energy
Personal details
Born 27 February 1968
Nationality Sri Lankan
Political party United National Party
Alma mater Lewis & Clark College
Occupation Politics
Profession Agriculturalist

Sagala Gajendra Ratnayaka, MP is a Sri Lankan politician and agriculturalist. He was a Member of Parliament from 2000 to 2010 and was the former Deputy Minister of Power, Energy in Sri Lanka. He was educated at the prestigious Royal College Colombo and was the Head Prefect. He graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics in 1993.

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  • Right Royal rally of old Royalists in the Sri Lanka Parliament


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