Sri Lanka to get Indian assistance to train judges
Colombo: India will provide assistance to
Sri Lanka in training judges under a Memorandum of Understanding that both countries are expected to sign.
The MoU will enable Colombo to send judges to
Bangalore and Bhopal to receive training, Sri Lankan Justice
Ministry said after a meeting between Justice Minister Athauda
Senviratne and Indian High Commissioner Ashok A Kantha yesterday.
Sri Lanka and India share a legal system based on the
Roman Dutch law established by the British colonial rulers who
ruled both countries until 1948 and 1947 respectively.
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