Sri Lankan order of precedence
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- The President
- The Prime Minister
- The Speaker of the Parliament
- The Chief Justice
- Former Presidents
- Cabinet Ministers
- The Leader of the Opposition in the Parliament of Sri Lanka.
- Governor of the Province (within their respective province)
- Non-Cabinet Ministers
- Chief Minister (within their respective province)
- Deputy Speaker of the Parliament
- Deputy Ministers
- Chief Government Whip
- Ambassadors and High Commissioners according to date of presentation of Letters of Credence or of assumption of duty, and Foreign Ministers and Envoys.
- Members of the Constitutional Council
- Attorney General
- Judges of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka
- Judges of the Court of Appeal of Sri Lanka
- Members of the Parliament of Sri Lanka. There is no established order of precedence over members of parliament in general, although each party has its internal ranking.
- Provincial Council Chairmen, Ministers and Leader of the Opposition
- Secretary to the President
- Secretary to the Prime Minister
- Secretary to the Cabinet of Ministers
- Secretaries of Ministries.
- The Chief of Defence Staff
- Commanders of the Armed Forces, Police, the Solicitor-General and Heads of Government Departments
- The Diyawadana Nilame