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PERC Chairman resigns

Chairman, Public Enterprises Reform Commission (PERC) Nihal Sri Ameresekere has resigned from PERC with effect from November 11.

In a letter to President, Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga, he has stated that he would be also resigning from two other posts he held.

Following is the letter sent by Ameresekera to the president: I write with reference to my Letter dated September 5 2005, whereby I intimated, for the personal reasons stated therein, that I wished to progressively relinquish the appointments held by me, and the subsequent discussion had on September 7, whereat you requested me to continue for sometime.

Accordingly, having continued for 2 months, I tender my resignation from the post of Chairman and Member of the Public Enterprises Reform Commission of Sri Lanka to be effective from, November 11. I am also hereby tendering my resignation to be effective from, November 11, from the posts of Chairman & Director, Private Sector Infrastructure Development Co. Ltd. and Chairman and Director, Hotel Developers (Lanka) Ltd, to which posts, on your nomination, I was appointed by the Minister of Finance.



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