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3. Basic Policies

3.1. The Association is a group of Sri Lankans (and their family members) for themselves and for the country. The
activities of the Association are mainly targeted for the benefit of the members and Sri Lanka. However, the
Executive Committee on behalf of the Association may consider providing services to non-members, though not
3.2. The Association closely collaborates with the Government of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Embassy in Japan, all Sri
Lankan organizations, Sri Lankan people living in Japan, Japanese institutions and Japanese people.
3.3. The activities of the Association shall be implemented with mutual respect and cooperation, punctuality, sense of
responsibility, friendship and solidarity among members.
3.4. All attempts shall be made to implement any activity in the most efficient, effective and economical manner with
the best possible, but affordable quality.
3.5. In implementation of projects and programs, in procurement of goods and services priority is given to Sri Lankan
suppliers. However, considering the price, quality and experience the Executive Committee can deviate from this
policy where necessary.
3.6. The Association will be completely neutral in political matter and there shall be no discrimination on account of
religion, race or sex. Political issues shall never be discussed at any of the meetings of the Association including
all Committee Meetings.
3.7. All projects and programs formulated by each Sub Committee should be submitted to the Executive Committee
along with the cost estimates for approval. Any expenditure or even commitment should not be made until the
approval of the Executive Committee. However, in extremely urgent matters the President has the authority to
grant personal approval, in consultation with the Secretary and the Treasurer for an activity incurring a cost not
more than Yen 50,000.

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