Milinda Moragoda presents policy agenda to spiritual leaders

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As part of a consultation process, Milinda Moragoda presented copies of his nonpartisan policy document, ‘Fresh Thinking for a New Generation – An Agenda’, to spiritual leaders and opinion-makers in the country. 

The agenda was originally drawn up with the intention of developing a non-partisan national policy agenda for the country to stimulate public discourse and debate. The preliminary version of this document was released in October 2017. Over the last nine months, Milinda Moragoda together with his Urumayake Ulpatha Foundation, have been consulting with citizens from a wide section of Sri Lankan society to seek feedback and ideas to incorporate into the document. Here Milinda Moragoda together with Urumayake Ulpatha Chairman Lalith Weeratunge, and General Secretary R.A.D. Sirisena presenting copies of the agenda to the Agga Maha Pandita, Venerable Kotugoda Dhammawasa; the supreme Mahanayaka of Sri Lanka Amarapura Nikaya, Venerable Thrikunamale Ananda; Amarpura Maha Nayaka Dammarakshitha Nikaya, and Venerable Professor Kollupitiye Mahinda Sangharakkhitha: The Chief Incumbent of the Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara and Head of the Buddhist and Pali Faculty of the University of Kelaniya.